no u could not
It could.It could.
trying to replace crank position sensor but i have no ideal where to look it is 1993 infinity G20 could you help me find this sensor
Possibly caused by a bad Crank Position Sensor. Could also be the cam position sensor or the coil. They all work together.
Could be a vacuum problem--either broken or disconnected hose or bad vacuum motor under dash or coming in through firewall Defrost is the default position for this system
The camshaft position sensor is most likely located on the cylinder head of the engine. The location could vary depending on the manufacturer.
It could either be a leaking vacuum line, EGR Valve or I believe its a idle position sensor on the throttle body. If you're looking for a vacuum leak, spray some WD-40 around the vacuum lines till the engine RPM increases. You'll know right away. If it is a vacuum leak it could also be where the intake manifold joins the engine. In either case it is not a good idea to drive it as it could ruin your engine.
Have system scanned if check engine light is on. I would check for vacuum leak and if none were found do a tune-up if due. May need a fuel system check ,,,,fuel regulator, fuel injector, fuel filter. Could be throttle position sensor or crankshaft position sensor. Could be a computer problem.
There are a few things that could be causing your S10 to not want to start in cold weather. You should check your throttle position sensor, coils or possibly a vacuum leak.
You either have a bad oxygen sensor or a vacuum leak. Code P1133 indicates a faulty heated oxygen sensor but a vacuum leak could also cause this code.
Probable failed TPS (throttle position sensor).
could be a vacuum leak, or throttle positioning sensor
The p1443 code means a problem with the evaporative emissions system. There could be a problem with a broken or unhooked vacuum hose. Also could be a problem with the solenoid or sensor between throttle body and evaporative canister.
Repairing a crankshaft position sensor would be difficult if not impossible depending on what is wrong with it. They are relatively inexpensive so replacing it is the best option.
Possible causes could be,Timing gear misaligned,Faulty crankshaft position sensor,Faulty camshaft position sensor,Engine oil dirty,Incorrect engine oil viscosity,Crankshaft position sensor circuit is open or shorted,Camshaft position sensor circuit is open or shorted,
Throttle Position Sensor, Choke, E.G.R., MAF sensor, one or another among a few, could have gone bad. Oh and Yes, a vacuum line has come undone or has eroded. One or a hundred things could be causing this problem. Y-THINK-Y
Could be a multitude of different things, I am trying to fix that same problem. Could be bad a throttle position sensor, a leaking or detached vacuum hose or a dirty fuel filter is what I've heard.
"how do you change a throttle position sensor on a 1998 jeep grand Cherokee?" could someone without any experience do it?
the water control vale could be broken or have a broken vacuum line to the valve. If it is cable operated valve the cable could be broken or jamed. the heater core could be pluged
It sounds like the MAP sensor is bad. Make sure there is no cracks or holes in the vacuum line and if it is fine, replace the MAP sensor.
Engine temperature sensor? Vacuum leak?
Fuel mixture is too lean. Could be anything from a vacuum leak, dirty MAF sensor, bad O2 sensor, etc...
When a position sensor is going bad the engine could run rough, or cut off for no apparent reason. Or, the engine may not start at all.
Could be anything. normally its the oil level is low or the sensor is broken. it could also be your oxygen sensors are broken and need replacing.
1. Engine Coolant temp sensor 2. Throttle Position sensor 3. Intake air temp sensor (IAT) 4. Manifold Absolute pressure sensor (MAP) 5. Knock sensor 6. Vehicle Speed sensor 7. Crankshaft Position sensor 8. Camshaft Position sensor 9. 02 sensor upstream 10. 02 sensor downstream 11. Vapor canister Leak detector These are only in the engine compartment. All that I could find in the wiring diagram. 11 just for the engine by my count, but I could have missed a couple.