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My DSO 15W 05 is not working. i think a person tried to fix it but he destroyed it. instead of trying to undo his misstake and fix the problem i need a new one. i need a link to a website where i can buy one. DVE SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY MODEL : DSO 15W 05 INPUT : 100-240V-0.4A 50-60Hz OUTPUT : +5V === 3A
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It means the Engine Computer registered the 5 volt sensor circuit at 3.5 volts or below for more than 5 seconds. There are numerous sensors that will be affected - this 5 volt supply is generated through the Engine Computer (PCM) - so any one of the sensors, or wiring to the sensors could be shorting bringing down that voltage or it could also be an internal problem with the PCM (Powertrain Control Module)
To troubleshoot this problem effectively - you would need an electrical schematics, a good Volt/Ohm Meter and a basic electrical understanding.
You should first take a good look at the engine wiring harness to see if any part of it is possibly rubbing against metal or if it is not routed properly. You may see something obvious (that is how I solve a lot of electrical issues like that)
Then worry about getting technical if you don't find anything
Posted on Aug 06, 2017
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