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Old 10-05-2003, 10:51 PM
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If you want to read it right, just reverse the leads. Place the positive lead in #2, and the negative in #3. That should give you the 70.
Read from that point on. And make sure of it.
Example:
If you read 30 (KOEOff), any fault values will be opposite on the fault codes table once the engine is running.

You may get a fixed 70% and start looking for what it means, when in reality your fault code is a 30%.

An example of fault codes:
70% - No TD/TN siganl. Open circuit in wiring at KE unit.
30% - Coolant temperature sensor faulty.
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