Thanks a lot (sorry for late reaction, but I was occupied elsewhere the
last couple of days).
It does react as you say.
I also checked the injectors with pressure tester (air), although I was
only able to test them to 2 bar. None of them were leaking.
And connected all injectors to fuel distributor and pressed down the
flap slowly. All injectors started to spray simultaneously (at
approxemately 1 mm. opening of the flap), at least giving some
indication that they open at the same pressure, with an intensity
proportional to the flap position.
I think that this conludes, that the injection system in general is
The question is then, whether mixture is right for the engine to start.
And that returns me to the question whether an incorrectly working EHA
can affect the idle mixture so much, that it won't start, bearing in
mind that I allready replaced the EHA (who knows, maybe with a
Does anyone know?
Or shold I try adjusting the idle mixture (with reference to other
"duty cycle" postings), again bearing in mind, that it previously
started fine with the current setting?