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Old 12-25-2009, 04:33 PM   #17 (permalink)
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For anyone who finds this thread, I'll add that there is a thread dedicated to Killing a diesel.

Originally Posted by Daox View Post
Cut the crankshaft position signal
I think dcb recently posted about using this method. I'm not sure if it cuts fuel and ignition all at once? If so, this would be great one wire solution.
In my case (HDi commonrail turbodiesel) I can unplug the crankshaft sensor with no change in engine functioning. Unplugging the camshaft sensor doesn't stop the engine, only keeps it from starting if already stopped. No codes. Haven't tried pulling both sensors at the same time.
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