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Old 12-05-2017, 07:09 AM   #6
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Well, like I said, the crank sensor isn't supposed to receive 5 volts from the DME on the m60b40, as it's an inductive sensor. It generates A/C voltage as the trigger wheel spins, and sends it to the DME.

You're chasing a problem that doesn't exist. I'd think the fact that the car runs fine with the crank sensor plugged into the passenger side connector would clue you in to the fact that that is how it's supposed to be. The crank position sensor connector is on the passenger side of the harness, and the cam position sensor wire crosses under the throttle body over to the driver side of the harness.

There's nothing wrong, you just got the plugs locations confused.
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