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Old 02-13-2010, 09:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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troubleshoot cam sensor

hello all I was wondering if you could help with a process of checking the voltage and wiring on a cam sensor in a 2002 24v,still not reading anything on the scanner,already replaced sensor didnt change anything.
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What is the issue that you are having? When you look in the scanner what reading are you looking at? I ask this because some scanners show a CKP sensor reading of 0 RPM for the crankshaft position sensor even though you don't have one in your truck.
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that would explain that im showing cam reference on one scanner and then he had it scanned and they told him it didnt have a cam signal,the info on the noise isolator on this forum I believe is what might fix the problem with this truck,its locking and unlocking the torque converter,and the tach is moving around,the information all the people on this forum have given at various times have been greatly apreciated and keep up the good work I'll let all know if this corrects the problem.
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