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Old 08-09-2018, 01:05 PM
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only problem with this....you are now talking about GM..
for instance.. when i put a 2000 chevy tahoe in my snap on solus, with a vortec these are the various functions one can do, notice...ckp relearn is one.

now, compare that to the tech2win with the same vehicle. we can see crankshaft relearn is offered as a option.

however. with the jeep entered in the solus, no options are given. I still question if this is even possible on this exact year and model. if it is. then we need to get it added to the snap on tool
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But does the DRB3 or Star Mobile list some Crank Shaft Position Sensor Relearn or use some other name like PistonTo Camshaft offset compensation(different terminology?)

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Old 08-10-2018, 06:11 AM
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I dont know, i do not own any of those tools so i cant confirm. maybe someone here does and can input this vehicle and check??
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Here are the last few steps for cam sensor replacement on this vehicle.Note the last two steps.

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7. Install CMP sensor to oil pump drive.
8. Install sensor mounting bolt and tighten to N.m (15 in. lbs.) torque.
9. Connect CMP electrical connector to engine wiring harness.
10. If removed, install spark plug and ignition rail.
11. Connect DRB scan tool to data link connector. The data link connector is located in passenger compartment, below steering column.
12. Gain access to CAM/CRANK RELEARN screen on DRB scan tool
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it appears to be correct. why on earth jeep decided to check cam timing by the oil pump is beyond me. unless this is a old engine and this is kinda a retrofit to add cam timing, cheaper than re-designing the cylinder head. and also, why its not on the snap on scan tool too?
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it appears to be correct. why on earth jeep decided to check cam timing by the oil pump is beyond me. unless this is a old engine and this is kinda a retrofit to add cam timing, cheaper than re-designing the cylinder head. and also, why its not on the snap on scan tool too?
Yep, old engine retro fitted with coil on plug.

05-06 have high failure rate of the sensor drive gear. One of them I did required replacing the camshaft too.
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and also, why its not on the snap on scan tool too?
Good question.It'd be nice if there was a scan tool with all OEM functions for all the OEMs,but I doubt we'll ever see one.
Have you ever checked the prices that used DRB III's are going for?
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Good question.It'd be nice if there was a scan tool with all OEM functions for all the OEMs,but I doubt we'll ever see one.
Have you ever checked the prices that used DRB III's are going for?


Still Lot of money for something so old that probably cant go past 2007 models Looks like an old POS next to my Maxi Cyst Pro but unlike the Fancy China man tools that might list the capabilities , you always know what's on the DRB3 that is listed is definitely going to work right when you try it.LMAO
https://chicago.craigslist.org/search/tla?query=scanner
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