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How To Test a Chrysler Cirrus Crank Sensor

The Cirrus crank sensor is an integral part of your Chrysler EFI system. This unit is a hall effect style sensor that reads the positioning...

Testing a Toyota Camry Fuel Injector

Depending on the displacement of your Toyota, there are four or six of the Camry Fuel Injector in your engine bay. These injectors are designed...

How To Test a Nissan Altima TPS Sensor

The Altima TPS Sensor in your 2.4 liter Nissan is directly connected to your throttle body shaft. As you depress the gas pedal in your...

How To Test a Pontiac Sunfire MAP Sensor

The manifold pressure sensor in your 2.4 liter GM engine is a big part of how your Pontiac Sunfire operates. When your Sunfire MAP Sensor...

How To Test a Mitsubishi Galant Crank Sensor

Your Mitsubishi Galant Crank Sensor is a vital part of how your engine operates. This is a three pin hall effect style sensor that's mounted...

How To Test a Nissan Altima Ignition Coil

When your Altima ignition coil starts to go bad you are going to have issues starting your Nissan. It can also contribute to inconsistent...

How To Test a Mitsubishi Eclipse Knock Sensor

When you are having a problem with your Mitsubishi Eclipse knock sensor, you can use our handy How To Guide to test it. The...

DTC P0068 – How To Test a Chrysler Sebring MAP Sensor

OBDII DTC trouble code of P0068 is a generic check engine light code that is telling you that something is wrong with either your...

Press Release : Hypertech takes on the 2.4L Ecotech!

HYPERTECH NEW APPLICATION RELEASE NOTICE: CHEVY/PONTIAC/SATURN 2.4L CARS & SUV'S Hypertech has now added support to the Max Energy, ECON, and Speedometer Calibrator programmers for...