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  • 5V source on ECU?

    any ideas?
    2008 BMW E92 335i 6MT

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    • #3
      Check the fsm. Theres a 5v source for the chts and I think theres also one for the tps?

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      • #4
        Stinky wrote: Check the fsm. Theres a 5v source for the chts and I think theres also one for the tps?
        no dice on the fsm...I don't have one.

        The voltmeter seems to read unrealiably on the ECU, do you know which of the two CHTS is 5v or are they both?

        CHTS
        Y/G 23
        B 26
        2008 BMW E92 335i 6MT

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        • #5
          I believe 26 is the 5v side. You can check by disconnecting it at the chts harness and check with the voltmeter there. Note the wire colors. Also try checking it with the chts connected and the engine warm to make sure it stays at 5v at all times.

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          • #6
            Signal 12 wrote: no dice on the fsm...I don't have one.
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