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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: c heck eng lite
well the only thing i know that happened to it was it ran hot (really hot) enough to lock up the engine .I replaced the engine could not get fire to the ignition since.All wiring have been checked to the best of my ability.The pcm was the next suspect of the ploblem .Gonna try a new one 2morrow,wish me luck.Thanks for the suggestion.ill let you know what happens.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
Check Engine Speed Sensor, or cmp
This could be a magnetic or optical sensor. What it does is watches your Crankshaft for TDC (top dead center of the #1 piston) Then Ignition timing can occur because the ecu knows where the #1 piston so it can squirt fuel and ignite the spark. Also works in conjuction to your Camshaft sensor which allows the engine to breath. Note, without Air no combustion will occur in the engine, which gives you a no start condition.
In conclusion, If you find the CKP ( crankshaft sensor) and inspect its wiring. It could be scored since it is on the engine block and Also remove it and do a resistance test, to make sure it isnt broken internally.
If it is wiring Repair as needed
and if it is a faulty Sensor replace it and you should be good to go.
If you have a hard time starting it with out doing all the above, then try to crank the engine with the key for a few seconds, then stop, reverse the key and retry starting it. By this time the engine will have enough fuel vapor and heat that the top piston will ignite forcing the engine to start. Remember CKP only is used for ignition.
GOOD LUCK and keep me informed.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
SOURCE: 2002 Vw Beetle Sport 1.8l
That is likely a bad crankshaft position sensor. That provides a signal from the crank sensor to the distributor/coil or coil pack and ignition module depending on which one you have.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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Well sorry to disappoint you but as this is a 2006 vehicle its a dealer only diagnostic software to locate fault then lift the limp mode which is what you have at the moment ,i suspect a a possible fault inside the ECU but it could be a crank or cam sensor if fitted with the later ,Now an american vehicle can have the OBDII read but it may not be possible to reset anything as the europeon version cannot even have the OBDII read let alone reset anything .Its to put general garages out of business so only the dealers can do anything on a modern vehicle .
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