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How many ohms should a crankshaft position sensor have?
If the internal resistance value is 200 to 1,000 ohms (depending on the reference value), the sensor is OK. If the value is 0 ohms, there is a short circuit, and in the case of M Ohm there is an interruption. via
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How do you bench test a crankshaft position sensor with a multimeter?
How do you test a camshaft position sensor with a multimeter?
Set your multimeter to Ohms and touch your meter leads to the sensor terminal pins. If there is infinite resistance, the sensor is open and you need to replace it. On some models, you'll get a resistance value between 200 and 900 ohms. Consult your repair manual specifications. via
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Can a crank sensor be fixed?
Unfortunately, the crankshaft position sensor isn't a component that could be easily repaired if it's gone awry. On the bright side, the cost of a replacement isn't too high, either. For most cars, you can complete a crank sensor replacement for around $120 to $300, in parts and labor. via
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How many ohms should a temperature sensor have?
In cold engine and an ambient temperature of 20 ºC the sensor resistance is between 2000Ω and 3000Ω. After the engine start, coolant temperature begins to rise.
|Temperature, ºС||Resistance, Ω||Voltage, V|
|20||2200 - 2800||3.00 – 3.50|
|40||1000 – 1200||2.50 – 3.00|
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