VVT sensor range check After starting engine

Engine RPM

6GG rpm or more

Starter

OFF

Battery voltage

8 V or more

Ignition switch

ON

VVT sensor range check (Fluctuating, Low voltag

e, High voltage):

Starter

OFF

Ignition switch ON and time after ignition switch is OFF to ON

2 seconds or more

Battery voltage

8 V or more

TYPICAL MALFUNCTION THRESHOLDS

Camshaft Position Sensor Range Check:

Camshaft position signal

No signal

Camshaft Position/Crankshaft Position Misalignment:

Camshaft position and crankshaft position phase

Mis-aligned

Camshaft Position Sensor Range Check (Fluctuating):

Camshaft position position voltage

Less than G.3 V, or more than 4.7 V

Camshaft Position Sensor Range Check (Low voltage):

Camshaft position position voltage

Less than 0.3 V

Camshaft Position Sensor Range Check (High voltage):

Camshaft position position voltage

More than 4.7 V

VVT sensor range check (While starting engine):

VVT sensor signal

No signal

VVT sensor range check (After starting engine):

VVT sensor signal

No signal

VVT sensor range check (Fluctuating):

VVT sensor voltage

Less than G.3 V, or more than 4.7 V

VVT sensor range check (Low voltage):

VVT sensor voltage

Less than 0.3 V

VVT sensor range check (High voltage):

VVT sensor voltage

More than 4.7 V

COMPONENT OPERATING RANGE

VVT sensor voltage

G.3 to 4.7 V

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