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What should the ohms reading be camshaft sensor on BMW e39

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Customer: hi ,What should the ohms reading be for a camshaft sensor on BMW e39 528
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Customer: Car starts and drives for a distance and then stalls wilst moving,have replace seals in the single Vanos but still get code 65 indicating a bad sensor,have changed sensor with after market and a second hand bmw part still getting code 65.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: BMW
Expert:  SuperDave replied 1 year ago.

Camshaft Position (Cylinder Identification) Sensor 1.3-1.5 Ohms