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Thread: Case study: 01986 - Convertible Top Frame Position Sensor (G356)

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    Benevolent Dictator Uwe's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronaldo View Post
    Am I correct?
    Yep. Also a broken or shorted wire will be picked up as an out-of-range condition.

    That said, for really critical applications like the accelerator pedal position sensor and the throttle position sensor, they use two potentiometers on the same shaft and cross-check the values in addition to making sure they're not out of range.

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    In this case the low and high value are learned and saved in the controller.
    If G365 or the controller is exchanged, you have to run adaptation, Channel 01.
    And run a full open and close sequence, to learn lowest an highest value.

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