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One note is I think the 2020 is known for cracking reluctor wheel. So if it is Crank shaft position sensor related that may be the issue. Just something to be aware.

I used a small USB camera on one in my group last month and saw the damaged reluctor to diagnose it.

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you cant replace the reluctor
it comes on the flywheel
 

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you cant replace the reluctor
it comes on the flywheel
That statement is not true, you see you can replace the reluctor...when you do there's a flywheel attached to it...

Next time you run into an issue like this where you can't figure out to replace something, post up I'll help you figure it out...

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One note is I think the 2020 is known for cracking reluctor wheel. So if it is Crank shaft position sensor related that may be the issue. Just something to be aware.

I used a small USB camera on one in my group last month and saw the damaged reluctor to diagnose it.

Tim
Is the reluctor wheel right next to the cps sensor? Sorry not really familiar with part names yet of these machines
 

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It's what the Crank sensor uses to tell the computer what position the crank shaft is.

So it's right under the sensor.

All computer controlled vehicles use something similar.

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Sorry to Hijack. But what code reader are you guys using?
I took mine in for service because we thought that was the code, than a low voltage code popped. Been leaving it on a trickle charge and leaving it charged. Had that code reset went for a test run and it popped another code. Something about cylinder 2 misfire. Going to change the plugs and belt. Would like to not have to keep going to the dealer for a reset.
 

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It's what the Crank sensor uses to tell the computer what position the crank shaft is.

So it's right under the sensor.

All computer controlled vehicles use something similar.

Tim
hey Tim I just checked my sensor and it’s full of bad pinched marked even had some cable showing! Got the sensor ordered! Hopefully this dose it! You recommend me still checking the wheel? Car has 96 hours
 

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hey Tim I just checked my sensor and it’s full of bad pinched marked even had some cable showing! Got the sensor ordered! Hopefully this dose it! You recommend me still checking the wheel? Car has 96 hours
If you have a small USB camera it can't hurt. If not I suspect the sensor is your trouble.

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