Ignition Hall sensor replacement

Ignition Hall sensor replacement

The Hall sensor in the ignition device measures the engine rotational speed and monitors the instantaneous position of the crankshaft. The sensor allows for the controlling of the ignition angle and the fuel injection, has influence on determining the variable valve timing and stabilizes the neutral gear. Its malfunction may even disable the engine as the controller no longer receives information about the engine rotation, the fuel pump and the ignition coil are disabled, and the plugs no longer generate sparks.

Tips

  • The Hall sensor is also called the crankshaft sensor
  • One of the first symptoms of is malfunction is the inability to start a warm engine

Scope of services

  • Removing the ignition device
  • Removing the faulty Hall sensor
  • Fitting a new sensor in
  • Fitting the ignition device back in

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