It might be a stupid question, but is the thing that triggers the CPS still good. At my old job, My mechanics would routinly replace prox switches and then claim that the new one was bad out of the box, because it still didnt work. It would usually be that the target was damaged, missing or out of adjustment.
Not a bad question. The fuse is good, but no volt signal at terminal C of the CPS connector. I'm not sure where this volt signal originates (ECM, fuseblock) any suggestions appreciated.
I see in my chilton wiring diagram that MAP 5v, baro 5v, and crank sensor are on the same circuit (c10). Since I have normal MAP and baro readings I will splice a new wire from the c10 curcuit to the CSP connector c terminal.
Would I have to remove the timing chain cover to expose the trigger? I assume yes because I had the pully and harmonic off yesterday while installing the crank sensor (I wanted a good look) and didn't see anything beyond the crank end.
I found that the curcuit is good at the c terminal of the CPS connector and reads nearly 5v on the multimeter. so, no splice.
The how much adjustment is there in the trigger? Does it mount on the crank or next to it? How hard to replace it?
Also, I noticed the Cam pulses at 0 ( scantool). Is this the same sensor or does the optical sensor read this.Edited by: quantum mechanic
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