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You want a scan tool that has live data, reads P, C, U, and B codes. If cost effective, you want it to read enhanced manufacturer specific codes. It should also have bi-directional capabilities. Finally, some of the better units tap into a pattern failure database that tells you what parts, wiring harness problems or software issues are at the root cause of ...


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Sorry for the late update, and thanks for all the help. We finally got the issue fixed: injectors. The old ones had basically no flow at all, except for one, which had way too much flow. I think this weird combination was what contributed to it being so hard to diagnose from the logs. In hindsight the massive boost to fuel was a big sign, but I only ...


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I bought a buckline which plugs into the obd2 and it worked really well the dash camera has a fail safe so not to drain the battery if left for a long time. I went to buy another and couldn’t find anyone selling them so I began to wonder if they were not a good option. Today maybe coincidentally I had the engine light come on so I checked the code and it was ...


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You have at least two of those sensors, right? So, swap them, and when the error moves with them, it's the sensor, otherwise cabeling / ECU. About replacing both sensors: For most motors, the camshaft sensor is not essential. Finally, a 4stroke motor needs two revolutions for a complete cycle, and while the crankshaft sensor gives precise information about ...


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