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dasdream 08-15-2017 04:42 AM

CMP, EVAP, IMT, MAF, and IAT sensors wiring problem
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So I have been trying to find the wiring problem that is causing my CMP intake, CMP exhaust, EVAP, MAF, IMT, and IAT sensors to all stop working. Someone found the diagram for me and it appears like all these sensors have a red/blu wire connecting them all to a loop. I'm guessing this is a ground wire and I could just reground each sensor using the red/blu wire. But I don't want to mess it up even more when I don't fully know what I'm doing. I can't really think of anything else that would cause all these sensors to fail at the same time. Also the only engine codes popping up are a low voltage signal for all the sensors. If anyone could shed some light on this for me I would appreciate it so much. Heres the diagram that was shared with me.

fdryer 08-15-2017 07:16 AM

Re: CMP, EVAP, IMT, MAF, and IAT sensors wiring problem
Rather than leave us guessing what the error codes are, post them. A low voltage error code is probably the common point of your problem since most sensors don't operate on 12 volts but 5 volts. The ecm provides a regulated 5v supply to all sensors needing it. Did you check for blown ecm or bcm uses in the engine and interior? Don't glance at them, remove each one to examine them otherwise blade fuses with probe points allow multimeter probing with fuses in place. My guess is this isn't a wiring issue at all,.

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