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Old 11-07-2009, 01:51 PM
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Well to correct, it does, but it only provides information for the cluster. It has no influence on the Jetronic system.

You can test resistance on the wire itself when unplugged from the EZL. IIRC the acceptable range is 800-1200omhs.
No, the M103 engine has a crankshaft position sensor, not a camshaft position sensor. You are correct that the crankshaft position sensor provides a signal to the EZL and your resistance range is correct. Mark
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