Assuming the engine turns over normally and the battery and its connections are all OK, here's a couple of things you might check: 1. Fuel filter, injectors, and electrical power to the fuel pump. A broken wire at the fuel pump was the cause of a friend's vehicle not firing. 2. Distributor components. 3. Timing and timing belt/chain condition.
it does not have a crank position sensor. it uses the ignition control module as a crank sensor. it is in the distributor cap
The ignition module uses the crank sensor to decide when to spark.
Assuming you mean crank position sensor, it tells the ignition control module the position of the crankshaft so the module can tell the correct coil to fire at the correct time.
No crank sensor on a 1990, only the pickup plate (cam sensor) in the distributor. how about a 1991?
If the crank sensor is not working, the engine will not run.
Never heard of an "ignition sensor". Do you mean oxygen sensor, or maybe crank position sensor, or cam position sensor? There is an ignition "module" also... The oxygen sensor is on the exhaust manifold. The crank posiiton sensor is on the backside of the block. The cam position is on each head.
it can, but i would check the ignition control module first....then the crank sensor.....
No it does not have a crankshaft sensor, the engine control module uses the distributor for crankshaft position.
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V6 crank position sensorThe crank position sensor is part of the distributor on a V6 All Fieros equipped with a distributor (1984 - 1986 4-cyl and 1985 to 1988 V6) have the crank sensor inside the distributor. It may also be known as a distributor pickup or HEI pickup.Fieros with DIS (1987 to 1988 4 cylinder) have a crank sensor on the back side (engine side) of the ignition module extending into the engine block. The ignition module is the flat base that the ignition coils are attached to.
No Crank Sensor until 1992
No, the throttle position sensor detects how far open the intake is. The crank position sensor watches the rotation of the crankshaft.
If it has a distributor it doesnt have a crank position sensor. The magnetic pickup in the distributor is what you would be looking for. The module is either on the side of the distributor or on the firewall against the drivers inner fender.
The 2.2L Ecotech engine does not have a Camshaft Position Sensor. It has a unique type of ignition system which consist of Ignition Module, Ignition Coil Assembly, and a Crank Sensor.
Dodge Dakota V6's didn't have a crank sensor until 1992.
The crank position sensor is on the front of the engine. It is behind the crank pulley on the left side.
Crank no start.
No, it will crank, but it will not start.
crank sensor or cam sensor
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The Camshaft Position ( CMP ) sensor Provides information on camshaft position. The PCM-- Power train control module uses this information, along with the crank- shaft position sensor information, to controll fuel injection synchronization.
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.
Top of the bell housing, pass side, behind the cylinder head.