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Nissan Navara 2006 2.5 dci error P0652 sensor reference

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  • #1
    arturo13
    Level 15  
    Hello

    In the above-described car, error P0652 appears. Sensor reference voltage B - circuit low, I have a question, is it a crankshaft sensor?
    where is this honkar?
  • #2
    barubar
    Level 26  
    In the above-described car, what was it read ?
    Juras come back because we will drown here ...
  • #3
    gori92
    Level 13  
    Error P0652 - voltage reference sensor B-signal low. This is not the crankshaft sensor.
  • #4
    arturo13
    Level 15  
    voltage reference sensor - is there any sensor in the computer that controls the 5 V voltage?
    I would add that in the car there was a 5 V voltage missing from the computer supplying the pressure sensor of the CR strip and circuit 2 of the gas pedal sensor (errors P0192 and P0222).
  • #5
    chimik1
    Level 2  
    error P0652 means improper sensor supply: shaft position, shaft, pressure sensor in the rail, air conditioning pressure sensor, boost sensor - it may be compact beam this error may also affect the failure of the accelerator pedal sensor or any of the previously mentioned - you must check the beam from this what you described it probably caused him lack of power on the sensor in the bar and gas pedal
  • #6
    arturo13
    Level 15  
    There is no power supply as I wrote above on the CR pressure sensor and potentiometer gas pedal path 2. So as I wrote the error appears because of the lack of 5V voltage inside the computer so I will not do anything here.
  • #7
    sc0rpion
    Level 11  
    you fed the computer and checked the lack of voltage on the pin or just guessing that the computer does not give tension. My taste is short to mass. Unfortunately, I do not have a schematic for this car so I will not help. Car accident and now folded? if so, I would look for a damaged bunch

    Greetings
  • #8
    barubar
    Level 26  
    Is it so hard to answer, what was it read? After all, 5V is common, it's so hard to beat the beam? You have a great avatar, are you doing it? You probably do not do what you see clearly.
  • #9
    emeryt2
    Level 42  
    Kolego, Awator, this is what I have in the konjoniarce, or in the wallet, because I do not keep up, this world is chasing !!
  • #10
    barubar
    Level 26  
    And what can I advise that se scanners have been bought and all they can do is read errors. :D
  • #11
    arturo13
    Level 15  
    Quote:

    you fed the computer and checked the lack of voltage on the pin or just guessing that the computer does not give tension. My taste is short to mass. Unfortunately, I do not have a schematic for this car so I will not help. Car accident and now folded? if so, I would look for a damaged

    I am not guessing, I checked there is no short circuit on the installation and there is no 5V voltage from the computer

    Added after 18 [minutes]:

    Quote:
    Is it so hard to answer, what was it read? After all, 5V is common, it's so hard to beat the beam? You have a great avatar, are you doing it? You probably do not do what you see clearly.

    What are you so smart, you think that you always know everything best, even clearly see what I'm doing? please, I'm debating farsightedness and a super glass ball. You have eyes so you see, but you prefer a deeper analysis to use.
    There are codes and what was read I do not see the difference you probably have the knowledge that you know the code equivalents for each scanner? LOL.
    You also know that 5V is common, it's also interesting because I came out of measurements that each is separate, but you know better.
    Quote:
    so hard to beat the beam
    - you're probably the best here.

    Added after 3 [minutes]:

    Quote:
    Accident auto and now folded?

    I can not see that it was an accident, but I do not know the exact history, but as I wrote above, there is no short-circuit on the beam, the power from the computer does not go out.

    Added after 19 [minutes]:

    Quote:
    And what I can advise that se scanners have been bought and all they can do is read errors.

    you can do everything - including flicking the beam, what a smart thing
  • #12
    barubar
    Level 26  
    No, it's just resoluteness. Knowing yourself and knowing what you can do. It is also an awareness that sometimes I can not deal with something. It's very simple, if I do not understand something, I'm not going to bury it. Unless I'm doing it for myself, then I can experiment. I can even kill myself at my own request. But so as not to hurt anyone. What did you get from these measurements can write, + 5V is common, if you do not understand it, give this car to someone who will do it.
  • #13
    arturo13
    Level 15  
    Maybe you can tell me on what basis you rated my skills and knowledge, because I'm not so smart to judge the knowledge of others after a few sentences, but you can do it. Do you write "hard to beat a bunch?", Who said it's hard, why this pretentialism, and you know in advance that I did not do it, as I did not have voltage, I drank the wires from the plug I gave 5V and errors the sensors started to work and errors They disappeared. "You probably do not do what you see clearly." can you tell me where this clarity comes from? "se scanners have been bought and all they can do is read errors." here you can also see what you think about yourself and other people. "Knowing yourself and being aware of what you can ... ... but so that you can not hurt a stranger." yes of course, I just do not know what you drink ...?
    I end this thread and I have a request, think sometimes what you write, and read your posts carefully and think about their usefulness in solving the problem that someone described, because if I judged you after this I will not say what would be the rating!
  • #14
    arturo13
    Level 15  
    does anyone have an installation diagram for elek. engine?
  • #15
    arturo13
    Level 15  
    An interesting situation, the same power supply (5V) goes even further to the pressure sensors and possibly the boost pressure. There was a short to ground on one of them. Although these sensors did not work, the computer did not give the error code of these sensors. After removing the short circuit, the car drives normally.