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post #1 of 4 Old 09-09-2006, 12:08 PM Thread Starter
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Question C.P.S Testing..?

How-Dee All,

MODs please dont flame, i did search.

Having stalling problem with P/S 7.3 Turbo with no codes just my luck..
anyway to test this Mexican Made sensor that seems to fail all to often in these engines with Ohm meter. (Uninstalled) Cheers All

Unhappy Newbie.
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no flaming here, i dont know if they are testable or not, maybe someone else does.
the easy way is replace it and see if it makes a difference.

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Thank's For the reply, i'm not one for the shot gun approach.

i supose i could buy one to test, what if any reading one would get at different temps or try to lab scope the one suspected of trouble.
Thinking a U.S. Company would have better Quality control on this item,this will if it has not already Killed someone.

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I honestly dont have a resistance reading for it.......but

I dont really feel just buying one and trying it is a shotgun approach. If it fixes it, you know it was the problem. If it doesnt fix it, you put the old one in the glove box as a spare, since you should always carry a spare anyway....
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