Thread: Force a running signal. How to?
09-02-2010, 02:46 PM #1
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Force a running signal. How to?
Purpose: Run the clock without the engine running.
Question: What signal is the computer looking for to think it's running? i have hooked up a function generator to the lighting coil input and I got the dash to light up and stay on (thinking the engine is runnig) and the throtle positioner to work, but hte clock does not count. is there a crank position sensor? or jsut a cam shaft? How does the machine measure the RPM? What sensor is used? (used to be the lighting coil, but i can tell you that is no longer true)
09-02-2010, 08:16 PM #2
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- St. Louis, MO
Very interesting. I'm curious why you would want to do that?
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