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Jeremy
Jeremy, Certified Truck/Bus Technician
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Experience:  ASE Med/HD Truck Technician, NATEF Diesel Engines and Electrical/Electronics Technician, EPA 608/609 HVAC Certified, Steering/Suspension and ABS/Brakes Technician
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Heya jeremy.. you have helped me in the past.. so here i go

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heya jeremy.. you have helped me in the past.. so here i go again. 2012 t-660. last 6 on the vin 324354. esn 79512277. xmsn code pid 190 fmi 5. xmsn code 005052 fmi 5. the 190 code is that the cam/crank position sensor? and i am not coming up with any diag for the 005052 fmi 5 code. any help would be appreciated.

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Yes, the 190 is the engine speed sensor.

I can't lookup on the new system with last 6 of VIN on Paccar anymore. I'm presuming this has the Eaton Autoshift transmission! The 5052 is for that. It is ECA Speed sensor. Go to this CLICK HERE and refer to page 282 (on sheets) or type in 287 (if using adobe reader).

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Customer: replied 1 month ago.
thanks.. it has a cummins isx. the paccar was probably from a previous question i asked. thanks for the link. i will get into soon. the truck is not in the yard yet.. still on the road. thanks again.

I didn't mean to misunderstand. Paccar is who makes the truck and the site is now done through them. They are discontinuing the separate kenworth, peterbilt, DAF websites and joining them under one. They are doing similar to what Freightliner did by putting all the site in one umbrella.

Customer: replied 1 month ago.
welll that should make it easy maybe.. thanks again.. looking at the eaton diag site that you sent me..

For shops it will be easier, but the info is more hidden to those outside their "dealer network."