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Unread 06-15-2004, 12:33 PM   #1
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Testing CPS

How do you test the CPS to see if it is working properly. I was looking on Autozone.com and it said look in the Wells Test Manual for SU-18... well I have an Fluke meter at home if I knew what i was looking for and don't need to drive there if I don't have to...

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Unread 06-15-2004, 01:25 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by biohazardbill
How do you test the CPS to see if it is working properly. I was looking on Autozone.com and it said look in the Wells Test Manual for SU-18... well I have an Fluke meter at home if I knew what i was looking for and don't need to drive there if I don't have to...

Bill

This is the closest thing I could find while searching on Google

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Disconnect the CPS connector and using an ohmmeter measure the resistance across the sensor terminals. The ohmmeter should read 125 to 275 ohms at operating temperature.
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