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Re: CIS-E fuel modification @ WOT
I'd be delighted to measure the PA current. Just describe the procedure you
recommend. I have a Radio Shack meter (analog) that will measure mA. I
don't have a test harness as shown in Bentley. My plan was to use my
standard road dynamometer (times at 500 rpm increments in third gear) to
measure change, if any.
I won't start testing until later next week due to time constraints. I will
post the results I find.
BTW, I plan to test resistance in 200 ohm increments from the stock 222
through 1000 ohms.
> From: Fluhr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: CIS-E fuel modification @ WOT
> Date: Friday, March 13, 1998 3:39 PM
> Suppose a 15K resistor flags a fully-cold engine, so the ECU adds 80mA
> of current to enrich the mixture. You are hedging on the fact that
> a 2K Ohm resistor (for example) may produce a 10mA increase in PA
> It is certainly an interesting gamble, and sounds reasonable. Is Bruce
> going to measure the PA current increase when the relay switches?