roadserpent wrote:I am going to assume that this Ram 1500 is a pick-up truck and not a van? Then I am going to assume that it was built for USA use? Do not condemn the engine computer until you first get a crankshaft signal ! No ECU in the world could make heads or tales about anything from the waveform that you posted to the library. I found a crank waveform in the library from a 2003 durango with a 4.7 V8 and will post it here, your signal from the sensor should look very similar to this. the spacing's may be a bit different due to the fact that to my knowledge there are two different reluctor rings used on this engine. they are mounted to the internal rearward part of the crankshaft, yes inside the F---ing engine and to change them you must remove the crank from the engine. for now you need to work on getting a good looking crank signal waveform first, that is my opinion.
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