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Old 11-10-2010, 12:42 AM   #1
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All of a sudden I am getting problems with reading the correct signal from my CAS. My car started Sunday and now it will not.

That is a picture of what the composite logger was picking up while trying to crank. So far I have check that I get continuity on my 2 CAS wires going from my DB37 to the Molex connector that plugs into my stock harness. I will check and make sure there is continuity between the CAS plug and the other end of my harness tomorrow. I am more interested in what I should be looking at on my actual MS board circuit wise and testing to see if I fucked something up on there.
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Check the wires next to the connector. In the past, I had issues with a sensor with an intermittent signal. The wire broke in the plastic cover.
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