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Hi all. A bit sneaky, but I'm posting on behalf of Mrs rpaterson. She drives a Freelander2 (LR2 on your side of the pond?) with the 3.2 petrol engine. She's having a hot soak issue where the car won't restart till the temperature has dropped. The UK dealers are useless as so few of this engine were sold. Similar story with the UK Freelander2 forums. However you folks have her engine in the XC90 (alas my 2011 model 90 is a diesel). Soooo, long story short - can any of you fine people tell me what the resistance of the cam sensors should read? Hot and cold values would be appreciated. There's a software update that may help, but I want to check the cam sensors before I hand the dealer any of my hard-earned! Thanks all.
 

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The data would all be in VIDA!
 

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Don't have data for the resistance or voltage when in use (0-5V?). What you can do is compare the two sensors' data with each other. They should be similar. If one is very different or has an open circuit, then you know there is an issue with at least one cam sensor.
 
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