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    1993 Daihatsu Charade, 1987 Toyota Celica 5sp with custom duck tape intake boot, 1997 30th Anniversary Z28, 1994 Corvette Automatic, 2000 SS Camaro SLP 6sp, 2005 GTO 6.0 6sp, 2000 WS6 T/A 6sp, 1993 Nissan 240sx 5sp, 2004 Audi S4 V8. End of list...
  1. So theoretically, could I swap the two sensors? Also where are the actual connections at?
  2. I have a quick question. I believe my reference sensor is bad. (No fire from coil. Already changed out coil and no change). Already checked DME relay as well. So here is my question, are the speed and reference sensors on the bell housing the same? Can they be swapped with each other to check for fire?
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