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Old 18th-November-2011, 16:18
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Default Flywheel sensor

What would be the symptons of a faulty sensor the one that is in the bellhousing and presumably reads the engine speed and position td5 by the way thanks for any help



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Old 18th-November-2011, 16:49
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Default Re: Flywheel sensor

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What would be the symptons of a faulty sensor the one that is in the bellhousing and presumably reads the engine speed and position td5 by the way thanks for any help



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The engine would be cranking over but not firing.
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Old 18th-November-2011, 20:54
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Default Re: Flywheel sensor

Just had a look at Rave and the wokshop manual lists symptoms as
1. Engine cranks but fails to start
2. Engine Malfunction light (MIL) stays on all the time
3. Engine misfire, or it runs roughly or stalls if sensor incorrectly fitted

Sensor has no backup strategy and it it fails, engine will stop running and not start.

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Last edited by Graham Carter; 18th-November-2011 at 20:54. Reason: Correct speling
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Old 18th-November-2011, 23:12
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Default Re: Flywheel sensor

It won't start.

50 or 60 from LR, or 30 on E Bay.
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