Question about 2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca
What should the resistance be between the tow terminals on the crankshaft sensor
Hi Ron, Connect the two cables to an analogue voltage test meter. Turn on the mili voltage scale and then pass something metal across the business end without touching it. and a slight movement should be recorded as a small voltage is generated. If nothing happens the unit is defective. Regards John
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