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Fett-Anschlag

English translation: saturated at a rich mixture

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05:01 Mar 28, 2004
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks / Eigendiagnose (Lambdaregelung)
German term or phrase: Fett-Anschlag
Bei RÜF: Überspannungsschutz prüfen. Bei KAT: Lambdasonde prüfen. Gemisch viel zu mager eingestellt, dadurch hängt die Lambda-Regelung am Fett-Anschlag.
Andou
Local time: 12:22
English translation:saturated at a rich mixture
Explanation:
Fett refers to a rich mixture here. Anschlag means that the controller outputs a 100% signal (which isn't enough to achieve the desired result, hence saturated) Maybe there's a better way to put it, but that's the idea.
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Klaus Herrmann
Germany
Local time: 05:22
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Danke schoen, Herr Herrmann!
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saturated at a rich mixture


Explanation:
Fett refers to a rich mixture here. Anschlag means that the controller outputs a 100% signal (which isn't enough to achieve the desired result, hence saturated) Maybe there's a better way to put it, but that's the idea.

Klaus Herrmann
Germany
Local time: 05:22
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Danke schoen, Herr Herrmann!
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