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09 Dez 2020 23:26 #15217
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I have a customers car(Mercedes W114,M110-986) which is giving me a strange problem. i use a laser type exhaust analyser to check the C/O readings and idle it is .075% but at 3000 RPM it is rich running at 4% . it appears to be reveresed from what I would expect. has anyone else experienced a fault like this? All sensors etc are working fine and engine has had a recent top end overhaul.

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10 Dez 2020 12:14 #15220
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Hi Unknown from Down Under,

it would be nice if you could sgn with your first name so that we can personally address you.

Now regarding CO: In idle-run it is set by both MAP sensor and idle-run rheostat in overlay to each other. Rheostat has 22 clicks. Where does it stand now? Or in other words: Which idle-run CO values can you achieve by turning rheostat? As soon as idle-switch is open, ECU will only listen to MAP sensor and ignore rheostat. Also; How is HC when CO is at 4%?

Secondly type 3 MAP sensors have a manufacturing problem that turns out to be more and more problematic the older they get. Sometimes I have not even been able to recognize any linear curve any more. Type 2 aneroid cells are from a different manufacturer and do not have that strong effect. So it could well be that your customers MAP sensor is such a case that has run out of limits. But before you test another 0 280 100 111 MAP sensor, you should verify that you have proper components installed.

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