Mechanics

HIGH SENSOR VOLTAGE FOR SWITCH TIME CALCULATION PROBLEM

2004 Chevrolet Optra • 72,500 miles

Hello,

I have fitted CNG kit in my petrol Chevrolet Optra car 7 months back.
Recently the Engine check light was turned on and it goes off by itself and again on.
I tried to diagnose the issue and the error shows:
Test report:

TID: $04 CID: $60
- High sensor Voltage for switch time calculation
Max: 0
Test result value: 192
FAIL

I am not sure what does it mean.
It was also showing warning as:

Camshaft position sensor low signal


Could you please explain me its details, causes, symptoms and how to troubleshoot this problem.


Details of test:
Mode $06 report generated by Torque for Android
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Vehicle VIN: KLANF196T5H313753
Vehicle Manufacturer: Daewoo
Vehicle Calibration ID: 74742300
Unit and scaling information are not supplied with the data from the ECU for this type of vehicle. Consulting the manufacturers service book for this information is recommended.
Test report:

TID: $04 CID: $60
- High sensor Voltage for switch time calculation
Max: 0
Test result value: 192
FAIL
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TID: $07 CID: $4d
- Minimum sensor Voltage for test cycle(calculated)
Test incomplete or dependant test failed
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TID: $0a CID: $03
- Sensor period(calculated)
Test incomplete or dependant test failed
--
TID: $0a CID: $05
- Sensor period(calculated)
Test incomplete or dependant test failed
--
TID: $0a CID: $06
- Sensor period(calculated)
Test incomplete or dependant test failed
--
TID: $0a CID: $42
- Sensor period(calculated)
Max: 32,768
Test result value: 32,768
PASS
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TID: $0a CID: $48
- Sensor period(calculated)
Max: 32,768
Test result value: 32,768
PASS
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End of report.



Thanks in Advance!

Best Regards,
Yogesh
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YogeshKoshti
July 24, 2012.



You need to give us the codes so we can figure it out ourselves. This may be coming on due to the install of cng on your vehicle.

Hmac300
Jul 29, 2012.