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As the engine turns the ECU has to recognise engine timing from the sequence of signals that are sent from the revolution and timing sensors to synchronise injection and ignition.
During this phase with a speed of more than 30 rpm, the ECU, in order to facilitate
starting, operates all the electro-injectors simultaneously and for a time which only depends on coolant temperature.
After this first injection, once engine timing is known, the sequential and timed control of the injection starts and the electro-injectors are controlled for the injection time calculated by the ECU.
This enrichment follows the trend shown in the graph of Fig. 20 and is active until the coolant temperature reaches 60°C.
Still during the starting phase, apart from this enrichment, the ECU also adjusts the injection time in relation to the number of engine revolutions.
As shown in the graph of Fig. 21, as the rpm increases, the injection time decreases
to avoid sending an excessive amount of fuel to the cylinders.
Note: the starting phase is recognised by the ECU for speeds between 30 and 640 rpm.
The active tests that can be made by the SD-1 Diagnosis System are:
1 - Electro-injectors.
2 - Idling speed actuator.
3 - Secondary air valve and air pump relay.
4 - Anti-evaporation valve.
5 - Oil/water electric fan relay.
6 - Self-learnt value cancelling.
Note: the M5.2 version DOES NOT allow the self-learnt parameters to be cancelled or reset by cutting the ECU off; during this step a diagnosis step has been added, for resetting the ECU. Thus, for a good engine operation, cancel the self-learnt parameters whenever the actuators are replaced or a new carburation is to be carried out.
This cycle controls the actuators starting from a detailed procedure, for detecting possible system malfunctioning.
The cycle should be performed completely in case of anomalies difficult to be trouble-shot, to check progressively the Motronic system and its relevant adjustments step-by-step.
Whenever the word "help" appears at the bottom of the screen it is possible to display Help messages concerning the operation being performed or the screen data, or even the parameter reference valves, by pressing the "F1" key.