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What would be the procedure on testing the crank sensor?

I have a question already out there about my 900 triumph. "no start" Didn't get much help. But here is some more info. I don't believe I'm getting a signal from the crank sensor. That is if I'm checking it right. How does one check that on these here triumph T-Bird? Any and all the help that someone can give would be much appreciated.

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Hi Russ
not sure what you mean bycrank sensor. There's a igniter pick up on the right side but not aware of a crank sensor io 96 model

Posted on May 17, 2014

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    Russ Hill May 17, 2014

    Well Rob day, I take it by the lack of info that you either don't know what your doing or you are one of those guy who are what I like to call a wind bag.

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    Russ Hill May 17, 2014

    To let everyone know, I got the help I needed. I had to go to another site. To answer the question, for those that don't know, "you ohms at the two lead and it should be about .500

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Do I assertain from your message that the battery is not charging? as if your battery is flat there will be no ignition. If the battery is being charged then check the fuel line filter. There is one in the tank inline with the fuel tap. It may be blocked and that moment or so with the engine at rest, may be enough to get you going again.
The battery voltage when fully charged and standing should be 12.8volts. A battery charging should be between 13.8volts and 14.5volts, no higher or else permanent damage to the battery will be done.
Hope this helps.

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Dont you just hate the intermitent faults? However messing with the ignition should have no bearing on the fault, other than the connection plate inside the switch has become corroded or worn away, have you removed or replaced the switch? Ifyou remove the switch and dismantle the base carefully to check for ware or corrosion, this can normaly be repaired by using a file or some heavy sandpaper to clean the contact plate, igniter units either work or they dont,

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