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Old 02-01-2012, 07:24 AM
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01 PS CPS I need to know everything about it

Hi I'm trying to do something and need to know everthing about a 7.3L camshaft position sensor. 3 wires, 1)cir.# 351 - 90 PCM 2)cir# 795 - 21 PCM and 3)cir# 796 - 65 PCM. What is used for what? Just about all the PCM's functions are not needed, except tach, cruise, and gauge functions? The Fords symbal for the CPS is a square with a H in it, does that stand for "halls", as in halls effect? The 01 Super Duty has recieved an donor heart... with 2 less heartbeats... Thanks, Artie
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Anyone, need to know does the PCM send a voltage to the CPS and what does it look for on return? I'll figure it out, sooner or later.... hopefully sooner, Artie
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I can't answer your question exactly except to say that I know I have seen the cps mentioned every time a conversion is does ie Cummins swap so it must be pretty important to the overall package. If no one else chimes in I would suggest reading some the threads involving engine swaps and see if you can find your answers.


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Ford replaced my CPS under a recall last time I got my oil changed.
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Yep, I'm looking at getting a tach signal to my F350 with a Cummins, anyone done it with a dodge ESS or ford CPS?
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Yep, I'm looking at getting a tach signal to my F350 with a Cummins, anyone done it with a dodge ESS or ford CPS?
Post a "Fummings Conversion Help" Thread.... you will probably get more answers.

Your initial post is very hard to read and confusing.
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