i have a 2001 Chevy tracker and i just replaced the crank sensor. i have been having a problem with mine not cranking. i would drive it and cut it off. it would not crank up until after it sat for a while. the crank sensor has not fixed the problem though. you have to take the tranmission out and take the flywheel off. the sensor is behind it. hopes this helps. i got a sensor at napa for about $100. advance auto parts wanted about $174 for it i think
at the rear of the engine on 2001 2.L also
The crank sensor on the 2.0 DOHC engine is behind the flywheel (flex plate) on the back of the motor. In order to change it you must pull the transmission or motor.
where its located the oil gage in a 2000 Chevy tracker mortor 2.0
yes it has a suzuki motor
on my 03 tracker, its on top of the motor- right in the middle. goes straight up & down.
In the dash under the glove box
It should be the same as a 2002 tracker, behind the manifold, just to the left at the very back of the motor, small dipstick says ATF on it, you will need a funnel designed just for adding transmission fluid, opening very small. Hope this helps.
From the front of the motor, clockwise.
Seriously? A 305 Chevy motor does not take "transmission fluid"! The transmission takes transmission fluid, and the motor takes oil. The 305 should hold 5 quarts of oil I believe. As for the transmission, I believe that all depends on what transmission you have. Seriously? A 305 Chevy motor does not take "transmission fluid"! The transmission takes transmission fluid, and the motor takes oil. The 305 should hold 5 quarts of oil I believe. As for the transmission, I believe that all depends on what transmission you have.
in front of the motor by the transmission
There is usually a plate on the crank-case or transmission housing.
No you do not, you can leave the transmission were it's at. Just put a jack under the transmission to keep it from falling out.
The crank for a 350 Chevy turns clockwise or to your right if standing in front of the motor .
Chevy built a 302 in the late sixties. It used a 327 block with a 283 crank.
Drivers side of motor under the manifold.
check on the back of the motor above the transmission
A Chevy 305 is not a transmission it is a motor. If you mean a Chevy turbo 350 then the answer would be 3 different forward speeds and reverse.
This motor has no distributor. It has a coil pack for each spark plug. There is no condenser.
Pass., side, rear of the motor.
It is located on top of the transmission next to where is mounts up with the motor