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How to test a sensor?

Friends, is there a way to test a sensor? I have an error 42 and well I would like to be sure that it is the speed sensor before changing it, thanks

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Friends, is there a way to test a sensor? I have an error 42 and well I would like to be sure that it is the speed sensor before changing it, thanks

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It's easy, spin the tires and measure the voltage at the sensor.

PS, you left some items in your cart. Did you want to make a purchase?

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It's easy, spin the tires and measure the voltage at the sensor.

PS, you left some items in your cart. Did you want to make a purchase?
I had a big problem and the project was half over for now, regarding the problem they lent me a sensor and still giving the same error 42 ... (the borrowed sensor was in a raptor without problems)

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