I have no idea, but what is your problem? Rev counter not working? Or engine not starting when hot?
The two methods that I know of is using either the crank position sensor, or an inductive pick-up from a coil. I think that since the engines do use a crank position sensor, this might be the rpm sensor as well.
Sorry for not supplying more info. Had a bit of a busy day.
It is actually for a friend of mine with a 147. The car starts and drives. But after a while it just cuts out and wont start again untill it has cooled off a bit.
I ran fiat ecu scan and it gave an RPM sensor error to me. I was actually not sure if it is refering to the crank sensor or rpm sensor. He wants to replace the part.
Yes that sounds like the crank angle sensor and it is located on the side of the block.
Cam angle sensor sit behind the outlet cam pulley but they normally age well unless someone damage it with a cam belt change or head removal..
I'll go first..... sorry, I have not got any decent pics of the 159 handy.....
Frost the 155 is just for you. I honestly wish I still had this.
I did not post the 147, 156 , and various Suds\Sprints up here but somewhere on this forum there will be a few pics around.
I have a 2006 GT 3.2 V6. It suddenly started to make a rattle noise after the car is warmed up and if the revs go over 2500rpm. There is is no noise when the car is cold. And nose is gone if revs are under 2500rpm. The rattle is more than a clicking sound.
Any help advice will be appreciated...