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its in the TSRM. ive checked mine before so i know its in there.

ill grab it for you lemme look
 

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78 inch pounds is the torque spec on the crank sensor if you need that.

here it is:



wait wtf thats not it.

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i think that is it...... looks like someone had a typo along the way.

the first hot and cold measurements on there are the crank, second box for no1 and no2 are cam sensor obviously.
 

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I think that's cam shaft ohms. I need crank sensor seen online say ohms 1,600-2700 ohms when cold I wanna make sure before I buy one
 

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im pretty sure that is it.

thats straight from the TSRM (toyota supra repair manual).

theres only 2 cam sensors on the car and they are both labeled there as 'no. 1 and no. 2'
that plus the fact that it talks about the crank sensor and even shows a picture within the box that is the picture.

the whole picture that i linked is the section called "check crankshaft position sensor, camshaft position sensors no.1 no.2"

maybe try phoning up a toyota dealership and get one of the technicians to look up section EG-516 in the toyota supra manual, and tell you what the hot&cold resistance is supposed to be.
 

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agm diagram from the tsm is correct for both camshaft and crankshaft. I just checked my tsm.
Cold resistance is 835-1,400 ohms
Hot resistance is 1,060-1,645 ohms
These resistances are same as the camshaft sensors.
 
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