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You will be able to get the datasheet of your sensor from the internet. With the help of a multimeter check the resistance of it at different temperatures. You will notice that the change in resistance per interval is greater than the last. The resistance change is not equal for every interval. The sensor is basically a thermister. (The radiator fan gets its ...
The key to understanding this system is that the signal to the gauge unit comes from the PCM not the temp sensor. Testing is done at the connector at the PCM. Disconnect the “C” connector. Ground the C24 wire Y/G, turn the power on, Leave the ground connected for no more than 30 seconds. The gauge should move to Hot. If it does the gauge and wiring is ...
You should be able to do a resistance test on it to see how it's doing. Different resistance, different temp. Check it against the new one at the same temp. Should have the same value if good. You would be using a multimeter between the connections where the plug goes into the sensor (or however it's wired).
It is not possible . Firstly lets see how the system works : 1. The speed/distance sensor measures the distance you have travelled in 30 seconds . 2. The ecu calculates the amount of fuel that has been sprayed into each cylinder during that 30 second period. 3. Simple math distance ÷fuel consumed = mileage If it was timed to one second the percentage ...
Fuel Economy Gauge Modification Your ECM Eletronic control module just needs a software update plus you'll get to use alternative fuel
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