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Ocean996C4
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2018 8:47 am    Post subject: Crank position sensor Reply with quote

Good morning, I wonder if someone can help?

I’m replacing the CPS on a 964 with the later 996 part and I’ve opted to retain the connector on the car loom and swap the plug on the component.

The original 964 item has:

Thin brown
Thick brown
Thin white
Thick white
Conductive sleeving

The 996 component has:

Thick Brown
Thin white
Thick white
Wire with no sleeve
No conductuve sleeving

Obviously only 3 terminals on the plug itself, and it’s a plastic non conductive connector.

Has anyone joined these and can you share the correct connections?

Thanks

Barry
 
  
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Ocean996C4
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2018 8:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just in case anyone else gets this, I removed the insulation on all the wires ready to solder joint them, two of the wires (thin white and thin brown) are non conductive on the original plug side, and one (thin white) is non conductive on the 996 sensor side.

Once you know this the rest is easy to work out.
 
  
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2018 7:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ocean996C4 wrote:
Just in case anyone else gets this, I removed the insulation on all the wires ready to solder joint them, two of the wires (thin white and thin brown) are non conductive on the original plug side, and one (thin white) is non conductive on the 996 sensor side.

Once you know this the rest is easy to work out.

Youmay have another option here. After replacing mine with the updated part and reluctantly cutting the loom, I was told that the 928 cps is the same, and has the original plug fitting.

When I replaced mine, I noticed the the plugs have small numbers where the wires go in (1-4) iirc. I just mirrored them and all was good.
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