Question about 1996 Toyota T100
The pick up teeth on the crank are broken off. just replace the crank gear,(if engine starts and cuts out )
Posted on Mar 14, 2013
I have the same problem only that I also get P0340 as well, I have changed the sensor, checked the wiring till the PCM and all my readings are within spec, I have also tried to reproduce the problem with the vehicle idling by shaking, pulling the connectors and wiring all the way from the sensor to the PCM connector and nothing happens. I thought I had solved it when I changed the CPS because the vehicle ran for over 600 kms before it started again. Now it's doing it more and more often where it will die after about a minute. I'm starting to think its a faulty PCM but it costs too much to change without being 100% sure.
Posted on Aug 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 2002 Toyota
First thought is ignition being way off - the ignition system usually gets the crankshaft position from a proximity switch (crank position sensor) and calculates ignition timing from this pulse. When this switch gives faulty pulses everything is off. Check connector and cable and if possible test it.
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
SOURCE: hilux d4d it starts and
there are only four possible causes for this, and you have made provisions for two-the ECU and the crank sensor-You will need to check the connector and the wiring going back to the ecu, use a ohm meter to look for a damaged or broken wire. another possible reason for this is a damaged reluctor inside the engine, turn the engine over by hand and inspect the teeth of the reluctor with the sensor removed and inspect for a damaged tooth-
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
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Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0335
Magnetic Crankshaft Position Sensor Electrical Error
In this circuit DTC (data trouble code) sets when a) The magnetic crankshaft position sensor is > 0.2V. Or when b) The minimum value of magnetic crankshaft position sensor is Or when c) The maximum value of magnetic crankshaft position sensor is higher than 2.2V.
a) The magnetic crankshaft position sensor is > 0.2V.
b) The minimum value of magnetic crankshaft position sensor is Or when c) The maximum value of magnetic crankshaft position sensor is higher than 2.2V.
c) The maximum value of magnetic crankshaft position sensor is higher than 2.2V.
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