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The best way to bypass a sensor is to first understand the sensor. As this happens to be my field.... The first thing to do is hook a normal one up to a 1000 dollar oscilloscope*lol* and watch what happens under normal conditions. **or you can look it up online and get the same results** After finding out what it is supposed to do, you could digitally recreate the signal that it is supposed to feed. After knowing how to recreate it, you can design and build a board to do what you need to do. But first I'd test it in programs like mulitsim and the output on Quartus. After all that is done, install it and test it in your car.
After it works and it would work, look at the cost and time it took for you to do all of this work and think this *Maybe I should have spent less time wasting time on how to bypass something and really just replaced the broken part*
First BS in Computer Science, second as an Electronic Engineer.
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