It sounds like it is your coolant temp sensor.
Sensors needed to be changed out from 95 ciera model three one L V6 engine to match back the original 95 supereme three L6 engine are Ciera Knock Sensor and Soeedometer Sensor.
There are sensors all over the engine that can turn the check engine light on.
Wiring, computer, or engine mechanical problem.
There are to many sensors to list. What sensor are you looking for, And what is the engine size. NEUTZ.
the vehicle speed sensor is on the tranny it hooks onto your speedometer. the engine speed sensor is on the front of the engine, two different sensors guys.
The sensor is the Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor, located under the EGR, on the side of the engine between the engine and the battery. Brass sensors can be bought at the dealer.
For a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer ( 5.0 liter V8 ) ( there are a total of 4 oxygen sensors , 2 sensors that are used with the PCM to adjust the fuel ratio that are nearest the engine on both sides , and 2 sensors that are also called catalyst monitors because they are in the exhaust after the catalytic converters ( downstream sensors ) On the passenger side of the engine in a Mercury Mountaineer ( Bank 1 ) Sensor 1 ( upstream sensor ) and Sensor 2 ( downstream sensor ) On the drivers side ( Bank 2 ) Sensor 1 ( upstream sensor ) and Sensor 2 ( downstream sensor )
Check the engine sensors. I changed all the engine sensors on my 1996 Dodge Ram Van and it vehicle only started when I changed the Flywhel sensor on the bellhousing and it was also the cheepest sensor to buy. My auto mechanic scanned the on board computer but this did not show up the problem sensor. he had a spate of Chrysler group vehicles in with this same problem and it turned out to be the Flywheel sensor and for some reason Chrysler do not put this sensor into the on board computer checking system and did not show a fault code on the OBD.
Here is a PARTIAL list...backup sensor?door ajar sensor?O2 sensors (got about 3 or 4 of them in different places.)engine temperature coolant sensor?Engine Oil temp sensor?Engine vacuum manifold pressure sensor?Engine atmospheric pressure sensor?Mass Airflow sensor? (MAF)throttle position sensor?windshield washer reservoir level sensor?Crash-velocity-sensitive-airbag deployment sensor?fuel-tank full/empty sensor? (gas gauge)oil pressure sensor?seatbelts need to be used-sensor?heating a/c temperature sensors?A/C clutch sensor?A/C system pressure sensors?Crankshaft position sensor?transmission gear selector sensor?Overdrive sensor?Locking torque converter sensor?anti-lock brake wheel sensors?anti-lock brake master cylinder sensors?brake pedal sensor?brake light-brake pedal switch sensor?windshield wiper motor sensor?fuel mixture sensor?ECM module sensors? (various)brake fluid reservoir level sensor?
the knock sensors are located in the top of the engine block. The intake has to be removed to get to the sensors.
The only sensors that I am aware of on the throttle body is the throttle position sensor.
The sensor is located near the front of the engine
The sensors that usually go bad in a Dodge truck are the throttle position sensor, the oxygen sensor, engine light sensor and crank sensor. These malfunctions can be fixed on any Dodge dealership.
There is not one sensor. All the ECM sensors are tied to the check engine light.
Oxygen Sensor. Or the Knock Sensor. Or you could check the plugs for faults.
Assuming you mean O2 sensors, when a O2 sensor fails the check engine light will illuminate. The code set will lead you to which O2 sensor is at fault.
On a Ford Expedition : Bank 1 , Sensor 2 ( downstream ) is the sensor for the passenger side of the engine Bank 2 , Sensor 2 ( downstream ) is the sensor for the drivers side of the engine So in short the answer is from the ( drivers seat )
depends on the sensor .your question has to have more detail to it .Due to there is all kinds of sensors such as, temp sensor,knock sensor,o2 sensor,iac sensor,map sensor,idle air control sensor,mass air flow sensor,shift control sensors,transmission sensors,coolant sensors,hell there is even brake sensors and rear end sensors,some even have body sensors.
There are two oxygen sensors in the exhaust behind the engine.
The O2 sensors that are the closest to the engine will be the up stream ones. The ones that are further away from the engine are the down stream sensors.
No, that is a check engine light. You may need a sensor or have a sensor cleaned.
The ECM (Engine Control Module) operates the fuel injectors with information received from various sensors such as the crankshaft sensor, the camshaft sensor, the engine coolant temp sensor, the oxygen sensor(s), the mass air flow sensor, the manifold absolute pressure sensor and so on.
The knock sensors yes there are two are located on either side of the motor (4.3LTR Vortec) below the heads in the center area of the engine block. There are a place for another sensor just above where the knock sensor goes but these are for other sensors. The knock sensors yes there are two are located on either side of the motor (4.3LTR Vortec) below the heads in the center area of the engine block. There are a place for another sensor just above where the knock sensor goes but these are for other sensors.
There are two knock sensors on your engine, and they are underneath the intake manifold. You will have to remove the intake to get to the sensors.