I'm trying to diagnose a no start problem, testing the ICM/wires using a multimeter according to this guide:
I'm a newbie with a multimeter so just a simple question to confirm which is the right wire to probe:
M- RED with BLACK stripe wire.
CAM and CRANK Position Sensor Ground (-).
N- WHITE with BLACK stripe wire.
12 Volts to CAM and CRANK Position Sensors.
The troubleshootmyvehicle seems to have a typo mislabeling the N and M wires and warns of shorting them. So if I am probing the N wire(12volts according to this) I would use the RED test lead here and BLACK lead to negative on battery? And then to test M wire (ground) I would use the Black test lead and the RED to positive on battery? It makes sense but want to make sure.
Also since I'm a newbie and all I might as well confirm that where it says "12 volts TO cam/crank sensors" means that this is SENDING to the sensors, and that I have to have the ICM plugged in to do this test? (This is to test the ICM, so then to test the Sensors I would probe the wires FROM the Cam/crank sensors and wouldn't need the ICM to be plugged in here, right?)