Hall sensor Emulator
The HMP1 not only reads the phonic wheels, but can also generate the pulses to inject pulses towards the ECU
The pulses are 5v, so it simulates a HALL sensor.
Connect a test cable to the TPS1 input of the device. But do not make contact with anything.
Caution: Disconnect the sensor from the cable that goes to the ECU before sending a signal to the ECU
Connect the 12v and wait for the menu to appear on the screen.
Press the "+" and "-" buttons until you see writing "GEN CKP".
Press OK and the following information will appear on the screen:
You are generating phonic wheel pulses
One tooth remains (2 teeth are attached)
Use the "+" and "-" buttons to change the wheel type.
60-2 + 0
A 60-tooth wheel with 2 missing
60-1 + 1
A wheel of 60 teeth, missing 1 and left 1
36-1 + 0
A 36-tooth wheel with 1 missing
44-2 + 0
A wheel of 44 teeth missing 2