No you do not.
It is possible, but not guaranteed in every case. The crank position sensor is a little bit redundant, since there are other sensors available to the engine's control module, which could give it essentially the same data required for the engine to start and run. Regardless, if the crank position sensor is found to be defective, it should be replaced.
Should not. The crank sensor does not come in contact with the fuel nor the exhaust.
If it is a 2.0 or 2.4 you don't ....The timing is controled by the crank and cam sensors and not adjustable....
Bad coil , blown fuse, bad spark control module , bad cam/crank sensors to start with
Could be the ignition module.
if you replaced the spindle and it wont crank then you forgot to plug the speed sensor back in plug it in and u should be good if not the wire got pinched or damaged in the wreck both left and right sensors have to be pluged in to be able to stat it
All sensors give a code when the sensor is not working right
Yes. In fact, you can expect to go through almost as many crank sensors as you do tires over the years.
It is on the front of the crank shaft. It seals the oil at the crank pulley.
The tone rings for the crank and cam position sensors are different and the engine will not run.The tone rings for the crank and cam position sensors are different and the engine will not run.
Try changing the CRANK SHAFT Position Sensor.
It does not have a crank sensor, it only has the "pick up" plate in the distributor.
A car running hot after it has been started could be blown head gaskets. The thermostat may also need to be replaced.
The crank sensor is used by the ECM to determine timing. However, if the sensor is not working, the ECM determines the same things from the inputs of other sensors for timing. The net is that the sensor amounts to a redundancy, allowing the ECM to determine appropriate timing more quickly than without it.
its been my experience , if its a 3.4lt, it has two sensors for the crank, one in the block. and one in front cover near crank.
check cam sensors and crank sensors. coils get their pulse from there
possibly the crank angle or cam sensors Or injectors
Have you replaced the cam and/or crank sensor?
crank sencer, coil pack, or ecm
Have you checked for fuel? You may have a fuel delievery problem. Spray a little carb cleaner or starting fluid into the air intake while cranking the engine, if it responds you have a fuel issue.
LOL, some dont have crank sensors my friend! if you dont have a crank sensor by your oil pan then you have a bad distributor sensor!