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Old 06-18-2003, 06:40 PM
mhingram mhingram is offline
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Location: Colorado Springs
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I had the same problem with my readings except my eha was static as well. I am assuming you are using the eha cable that mb makes for diagnostics. The sears multimeter the positive(red) should be on the #2 port and negative (black) should be on the #3 port of the x11. Key on engine off should read 70%, if not then chack the cd manual it will tell you the error. If this is not fluctuating then you are in an open loop. The EHA as steve says is the key to adjust the system to your eha number and the duty cycle should match, although the O2 sensor should effect the eha reading.
good luck.
Martin Ingram
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