Question about 1996 Isuzu Rodeo
The G Sensor monitors any abnormal vertical motion of the vehicle (such as a rough road condition like going over bumps or hitting potholes) and helps the power control module (PCM) determine if the changes in the crankshaft speed are due to engine misfire or are driveline induced.
You can look for a poor connection at the PCM...or a damaged harness. The G Sensor shares PCM 5V and ground terminals with the MAP sensor...a damaged MAP sensor or harness could cause the alarm. And finally, the G Sensor will give correct voltages to the PCM only if it is level and mounted securely to its bracket.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
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