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Crankshaft Position Sensor + wires zzfe engines?

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Hiya does anyone know if the crankshaft position sensor on the zz-fe engines are a 2_wire or a 3_wire sensor and does anyone know which wire is the trigger/signal wire is and maybe colour at all?

(I'm trying to install an lpg kit to my car, thanks)

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A quick look on denso e cat shows it as a 2 wire

 

2006 must be the very last of the celica, 1zz or 2zz ?

Edit. pin 1- orange (+) Pin 2 White (-) - shares a common negative with the cam sensor

 

colours can change depending on the build/spec

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Hiya Flash, thanks, oh yeah mine's a 1zzfe not a 2zz, orange and white looks right, am I right in thinking the sensor connector is underneath the inlet manifold close to the dipstick, and am I also right in thinking that the negative wires the actual signal/trigger wire (not the positive power supply one) and can you tell on there what colour wires the negative one for the camshaft sensor looks like it should be either a blue or a black one by my eyesight?

Much appreciated wise friend.

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On 5/20/2020 at 2:10 PM, flash22 said:

A quick look on denso e cat shows it as a 2 wire

 

2006 must be the very last of the celica, 1zz or 2zz ?

Edit. pin 1- orange (+) Pin 2 White (-) - shares a common negative with the cam sensor

 

colours can change depending on the build/spec

Thanks that's brill, can you tell what the colour wire is for the -ve signal/trigger wire is for the camshaft sensor as well quickly too?

Should be either blue or black for 06 Celica 1zz 140hp model.

thanks v much

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-ve is shared iirc its white on the crank and black/white on cam

 

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celica cam-crank.JPG

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