December 25, 2011, 12:17 pm
[quote name='Danny87' timestamp='1324801791' post='157992']
It may be worth checking the crankshaft sensor yourself manually using a mutlimeter (switch it to measure resitance, connect the two leads to each of the pins and then manually turn the engine). You should have a small (but noticable) difference as you rotate the engine by hand using a socket on the crankshaft pulley.
I may be wrong but I'm sure there's a camshaft sensor too, this needs to be working as the camshafts perform one rotation per two turns of the crankshaft.
I don't know about the flywheel and someone more experienced will need to help you on that.
Hope that gives you some ideas where to go from here
thanks for the info