More Code 2111
cord4530 at uidaho.edu
Fri May 13 11:44:20 EDT 2005
Jonas Majauskas wrote:
> Dan Cordon wrote:
>> I should check the two sensor signals with an o-scope where they meet
>> the ECU. Perhaps this will tell me more. Though, I'm sure open to
>> other suggestions as well.
> I would check the timing belt - maybe it is slightly loose ? Also the
> crankshaft puley - maybe woodruf key is broken and camshaft position
> "floats". Though you should get "hall sensor" error first...
> More likely the RPM sensor/wiring is faulty (signal has too much noise).
> O-scope should help.
Thanks for the tips Jonas! The car is due for a timing belt change, so
I'll check out all those areas you recommended. But perhaps the sensor
is just on its way out. I'll check out the signal then.
Mechanical Engineer - Engine Research Facility
University of Idaho
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