Checking Crank and Cam Angle Sensors

Checking Crank and Cam Angle Sensors

Check for RPM. With your trigger set-up correctly, cranking the engine should produce an RPM figure in the 80 – 300 RPM range depending on your engine. Make sure that the RPM reading is stable while cranking. If the RPM signal shows "0" or the signal is erratic check the wiring for the trigger is correct.

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