my question is, if i had my scope obviously i could check the signal from the sensor. How would i workout if the sensor was faulty or the magnetic-pick up? would it be obvious if i looked at the waveform?
alan wrote:When measuring the signal, spin the wheel around a few times. If you see a repeating pattern with something odd once per revolution then its the bearing.
If its not switching at all or looks random / weird then its more likely to be the sensor.
Of course if you swap over the sensors then if the fault follows the sensor...
Robski wrote:Thanks for the reply Alan, you confirmed what I was thinking.
So if it looks random your happy to fit a sensor ?
I would scope the nsr and it that looked ok fit the suspect osr sensor to the nsr and like Alan had said, see if the fault follows. If it does than its probably the sensor. I had already checked the wiring from rear to the front.
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