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150 psi fuel sensor wiring

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So I have wired the sensor as follows 3 wires red +5v . blue an volt 4. black ground out

Is this correct I have been getting error 14 low voltage  on an2 & an4  

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hi guys I cleared the event log files history  to see if these errors go

my fuel has now as below gone to 5v now and reads pressure reading has maxed out

any ideas

I checked the sensor as above fuel was working fine but I started to get errors now this

I have attached my last log before fuel senor issue has other volt errors may help thanks

Ross

cheers

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Log 24-06-17 3;19;04 pm.llg

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You have a 5V supply error showing that will generally indicate the 5V out is shorted to ground or a voltage greater than 5V (ie 12V short)

It could be the pressure sensor is faulty and internally shorting. (we have seen this before)

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Ok checked my sensor wiring harness and have 5v when earthed power and earth and also power and signal is this correct  ..

Huh? that is a very confusing statement (or maybe I'm just up too late again)...   Can you try saying that a bit slower this time...

 

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Sorry I have tested  my fuel sensor wiring harness at the sensor and I get 5v at sensor power to sensor earth and 5v when I connect sensor power to sensor signal as I have been getting  an volt errors since fitment of sensor I would like to make sure this is correct my fuel sensor went good but I started getting an volt errors on all my an1-4 volts then my fuel sensor  errored at 5v now nothing .guess it's stuffed just don't wana fit another sensor and it fails again

Thanks

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Between the ground and the signal this should not be sitting at 0V this would indicate a failed sensor or a loom short.

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Hey Ross - I had trouble with  wiring the pins in the plug for my fuel pressure sensor as well . On mine two pins were touching giving all sorts of voltage errors and it also made other sensors read wrong also . I think the 5v was touching the ground . Double check the plug pins .

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