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Before replacing the sensor you need to confirm If it is really faulty or not. For that, you need to check the power supply, reference voltage and the signal(if possible using a scope). Like paulster2 had mentioned you can interchange the sensor and check if the part numbers are same(easier way)!!! Is there any symptoms because of the fault code. Did you ...
Camshaft position sensors are usually Hall sensors, which translate changes in magnetic field to changes in voltage. As far as proximity is concerned, this should be taken care of by the shape and design of the sensor more than the correct tightening torque. By appropriately torqueing down the sensor you are ensuring that it doesn't get loose during ...
OBD II is a standard. All the PIDs and the relavant formulas are available online. There is also a wiki on OBD II pids. The protocol to look for depends on whether your OBD is based in CAN or K-line
I have an Innova Equus 3160. It reads both air bag (SRS) and anti-lock brake (ABS) system codes, plus provides live data of the vehicle. There are other brands out there as well, though I don't know how well those work. The Equus one I have works great. There are also the bluetooth options. I'm not sure how well they work, either. While these are options ...
I may be wrong, but as far as I am aware, the bluetooth ELM327 interface only supports the OBD2 standard, so CANBUS operations aren't possible.
This may or may not apply to the Bentley In general, stock ECU's are not programmable from an options standpoint. Writing to the ECU is not allowed, they are read only. Aftermarket ECU's take output from sensors and frequently stand in serial to the stock ECU so the aftermarket can modify information and act as a proxy to the sensor, essentially emulating ...
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