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Resistances on the MAF and O2 sensors on the x308?

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Old 09-28-2012, 05:16 PM
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Default Resistances on the MAF and O2 sensors on the x308?

I am trying to figure out what went wrong with my jag, and the next step is to check the resistances of the O2, H20, and MAF sensors. However, I cannot find the standard values for these items to compare against, so does anyone know what they are (in ohms)?
 
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You can't test any of those sensors with an ohmeter. What you need is an OBD II reader and program so you can read the values.
 
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I am quite sure that you can, you simply need to know what the voltage is that you're comparing it against.
 
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