Kia Troubleshooting Questions? Ask a Mechanic
Hello, my name is***** readings that you are getting are normal. As for the issue, most of the time you will continue to get this code because of a worn out timing belt or a bad crank sensor. Both will cause this. If the timing belt has not been changed then that is more than likely the issue. If the timing belt has been replaced then it may just need the crank sensor. I hope this helps. Let me know if you need anything else.
You said with it disconnected it has 5 volts? And when you connect it and backprobe it then it shows 12 volts?
Does the pink wire show battery voltage?
Thanks. The other wire is simply the signal wire. It is not a reference wire. This vehicle does not use the 5 volts signal on these sensors.
The sensor may be bad. How is the timing belt?
Then it should be fine. Did you double check the sensor to see if it was defective?
Let me check the wiring schematic. It may have a computer problem.
Did you check the coil for power at the pink wire?
Thanks. If the computer is not getting the right cam and crank signal then the coil will not fire. You will need to determine why there is no signal from the cam sensor. Does your scan tool have the capability of seeing the cam signal?