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#16 blueovalcraig

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Posted 26 February 2012 - 09:03 PM

I had same problem with mine and put the diagnostic computer on, no signal from N/S/R sensor. swapped N/S/R with O/S/R and still had no signal from N/S/R. After a bit of investigation, I noticed one of the wires on the loom between N/S/R sensor and chassis had a slightly swollen bit on it. I peeled the outer cover off the wire and found the wire was corroded. Connected both ends with a crimped terminal, problem solved.

How did you get on with yours?

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#17 MARLEY

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Posted 26 February 2012 - 10:17 PM

I had same problem with mine and put the diagnostic computer on, no signal from N/S/R sensor. swapped N/S/R with O/S/R and still had no signal from N/S/R. After a bit of investigation, I noticed one of the wires on the loom between N/S/R sensor and chassis had a slightly swollen bit on it. I peeled the outer cover off the wire and found the wire was corroded. Connected both ends with a crimped terminal, problem solved.

How did you get on with yours?

to be honest i have got no further with the problem, really i need to get on ramp or have it plugged in to find fault,
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Paul

#18 MARLEY

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Posted 01 March 2012 - 09:53 PM

Breaking News

Just had my car plugged in and the rear nearside wire to the sensor is corroded about 2 or 3 inch down the line, repaired and working, GOOD RESULT. Happy Days :D :D :D

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