Crank position sensor....back of motor in a tight spot , under intake towards the drivers side and to the left of oil filter....
What happens after a transmission starts smoking, depends on what causes it to smoke. It could run for awhile, and just need new seals, or it could seize up and die.
Overheating from the engine wears down the sensor and will go out when it gets to hot , after awhile it could be completely degraded to where it wont work anymore
Try Putting It Into Gear!!!!!
The problem could be a dirty sensor or the sender is no good.
I dont know what kind of car u are talking about,but it souns like it could be the coolant temp sensor.
a word that starts with e and is related to reading could be education because u get an education sorry if that doesnt help
It could have something to do with your oxygen/air flow sensor
If you all of a sudden starts to eat more vegetables and fibers, yes, it can be like that but it changes after awhile.
Change the cam sensor
"hot start" issue. Could be the solenoid, or starter itself.
Does it have enough compression?
no, you should worry when it doesnt start at all, though.
Most likely a problem in the fuel line.... pump or filter... could be an air flow sensor, PCV, or EGR, as well. Oh yeah, or it could be an idle sensor, or a problem with the choke.
If your car doesnt start, it could be the battery. But if the car starts and you unplug the negative cable and the car turns off, its the alternator.
It could be your coil but then again I would have to see it to know.
air mass sensor?
sounds like it could be your oxygen sensor. If it was me I'd replace it. If you smell a strong odor of gas, it could be your MAP sensor. You might also have a bad pickup in the distributor. Good luck.
An acoustic sensor could be a microphone.
Fuses, broken wire, failed PCM, failed gauge.
Check the connector to the air flow sensor ( should be at or near the air cleaner), it could also be the sensor itself
It could be that you need to charge it, then wait for awhile, come back and try to turn it on again. When it starts up a picture of an apple should appear.
Its possible that it is the TPS sensor (throttle position sensor)easy to replace yourself and available at your local parts store.It could also be a transmission issue, change the fluid and filter, but start with the TPS sensor its a common problem and cheaper solution
The engine coolant sensor could be at fault.