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Old 08-26-2011, 02:19 PM
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idle speed and full accelerator issues 1995 E300D

Yesterday I got my ELR control unit from UK, installed it and have exact same behaviour as my old one, 950 to 1000 rpm idle speed - regardless of temperature. tach works, OVP is good, coolant sensor is good

as I had to remove the crossover pipe to connect the ELR connector I had removed earlier, I also inspected the accelerator position trying to find out my 4500 rpm shift problem. I see that if I pull the linkage fully the lever on the pump stops short 8 or 10mm from the full throttle stop. I know that would cause the pump never to go full fuel.

The linkage adjustment is at its maximum point (lowest) but the gap is still there. There is a very slight slop (1mm) in the linkage but I doubt that it would cause such a large gap at the fuelling lever on the pump.

Any ideas guys?

2012 BMW X5 (Beef + Granite suspension model)

1995 E300D - The original humming machine (consumed by Flood 2017)
2000 E320 - The evolution (consumed by flood 2017)

Last edited by Zulfiqar; 08-26-2011 at 02:36 PM.
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