This video covers no start, no spark diagnostics and wiring repair of a crank sensor connector.

Engine Performance Diagnostics chapter 21

symptoms 50

  • no start
  • no spark or fuel injector pulse
  • check engine light (P0320 trouble code)

fix 50

  • repair broken wires to crankshaft position sensor

test shown enh 50

  • how to test for spark using an incandescent test light
  • how to use scan data RPM for direction for no spark problems
  • how to use scan tool cam and crank data
  • how a bad crank sensor can set a cam sensor code
  • how a bad cam sensor can set a crank sensor code
  • how to fire an ignition coil with a scan tool
  • how to test cam and crank sensor waveforms on a scope
  • how to repair a sensor connector when the wire breaks right at the sensor

Tools used

  • incandescent test light
  • bidirectional scan tool
  • lab scope (Picoscope)
  • butane soldering gun
  • backprobing pins

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Playlist

(Chapter 21) Ignition inputs, cam and crank

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Misfire caused by a misadjusted crank sensor (rubbing on flywheel) :

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