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I was just wondering what kind of voltage the ECU should be getting from the crank sensor. Thanks in advance.
 

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No, I was wondering what kind of voltage the ECU should be seeing down at the harness. The sensor itself ohmed out.
 

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The factory manual has no specs on this. Is the trigger wheel on the cam belt pully good?

I creates it's own voltage when the trigger wheel spins. {AC current}
 

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I'm not sure exactly what your talking about. Are you refering to the little metal piece behind the crank pulley? Would that cause my car not to sync properly? Would that cause me not to get RPMs when I crank? I did recently have the pulley off...
 

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The CPS is basicly a magnet, the trigger wheel is steel . When the crank rotates, it spins the trigger wheel, which in turns moves over the face of the magnet and produces currrent.

Pull the CPS out, look to see if the trigger wheel seperated from the pully or is loose.
 

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When I turnt he crank the wheel moves but I can move the wheel with my finger when the pulley is not moving. Is this normal?
 

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13052-46010 PULLEY LIST 66.45 COST 49.14

The trigger wheel has seperated from the pully. You need to replace this part.
 

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Called Elmhurst and ordered today. Thanks for the info.
 

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Great. One last thing, I lost my FSM and I was wondering if this thing needs to be lined up in a certain way or if I should just slap it on there.
 
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