Will 2.5v pulse voltage damage the fuel injectors when it should be 3v - 1.0v e32 m70 v12 with two ECM elec control module switched n still same voltage from both sides whats cause high pulse voltage?
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Whats causing the drivers side fuel injector pulse voltage higher than 1.0V on an '88 BMW 750il v12 engine?
Thanks for your time! Right when I start the engine, the voltage on all 6 injectors on driver�s side (left side) are 2.5v - 2.8v and on the passengers side (right side) are all .5v - .6v. A 1988 750il v12 has two ECM (elec. control module), thinking the injectors get voltage from them, I switched them and still getting the same voltage from both sides. I put new oxygen sensors. Any suggestion exactly what…
It is proper "control sense" to fuse the control circuit. It does not have to be just a cartridge fuse, in many cases it is a breaker. Depending on where the control voltage is obtained from, transformer from the incoming motor feed, separate source, or line voltage, there is always a chance that a component of the control circuit could fail, circuit protection would lessen the damage to other equipment in the control circuit. The…