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Hi pete the plug should have numbers on it (very small difficult to see) the colour code is as follows
no 1 =sw/black
hope that helps
Posted on Nov 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you probably have a vacuum leak and by the sound of it, it idles rough with the brake pedal depressed its your brake booster
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Hi David, Remove the sensor and hook up an analogue voltmeter to the two cables. Set the meter at mili voltage and pass a metal screw driver across the business end of the sensor, without coming into contact with it. You should have a distance of about 0.5 of a millimeter gap between the sensor and the screw driver. The voltage generated is very small and the pulse will only occur as the field is broken. In other words its a two man job. If the needle of the meter moves the sensor is fine, if not replace it. It is very important to use an analogue meter as the pulse is too small to be noticed on most digital meters. Regards John
Posted on Oct 17, 2012
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