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Old 05-02-2011, 09:34 AM   #21
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found this, dont suppose you have a scope so you can see if the 30/50 signal is getting to d5/c3 on the pcm?

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No, no scope, I think if I had some better tools I could figure this out, I havn't worked in a shop for about 9 years and since that time I have lost, sold, or loaned out (but never returned) some of my better diagnostic tools. I would just give up and tell them they have to take it to a "real mechanic" but I know that they have no money and every time I say I am going to give up someone from their church calls and begs me to look at it some more, I just don't know what else to look at. I'm still open for suggestions........
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how about disconnecting the wire there at the pcm and hooking the bypass to it. then at least you know its getting the signal.

some meters have a freq function if you have a dmm. it would be bad if we assume the module works but its really not.
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Thread moved to it'* proper Mechanical Section. General Chat is for items that affect all platforms and "General Chat". It really helps the GearHeads, others with ownership of same/similar Models, the Forum regarding search bots, and our own internal search engine when we keep things in order. Thanx.
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