try replacing the rear main seal on your engine Try observing the source of your leak. Use a can of brake clean and spray it over all the areas where you see oil leaks built up. Make sure to clean the areas thoroughly so that no oil is left. Run your vehicle for your normal commute to and from work and when you get home, look underneath the motor and observe where the oil has leaked from. This should be easy to see since you have cleaned the areas underneath the motor. Wherever the most oil is present after this should be the main source of your leak. If it(the leak) is at the junction of the trans and the motor(rear main seal as mentioned above)take it to a shop to get it reapired if you wish to do so. It's not a DIY unless you have a lift, trans jack and necessary tools. If your vehicle has high mileage, you may see seepage(small leaks) from many areas. Clean those off as well to best determine your worst oil leak. Good Luck!!!!
It is located on the main bearings in the crankcase NEW ANSWER: The above answer is WRONG. The crank sensor is mounted in the side of the engine block BEHIND the STARTER. You MUST remove the starter to get to it.
Right next to and somewhat behind the crankshaft pulley
It's behind one of the camshaft pulleys. Why would a CRANKSHAFT position sensor be behind a CAMSHAFT pulley ??
the crankshaft sensor is located behind the crank pulley. the bottom pulley
behind the crankshaft pully at the bottom of the motor and on the back of the block
The crankshaft damper is behind the crankshaft pulley.
It's located behind the crankshaft pulley bolted to the engine block.
The crankshaft position sensor goes through the bellhousing behind the passenger side cylinder head.The crankshaft position sensor goes through the bellhousing behind the passenger side cylinder head.
It is on the top of the bell housing, behind the passenger side head, hiding under the transmission dipstick.
crankshaft sensor is located just behind the crankshaft pulley on the front of the engine(passenger side of vehicle).
It is located behind the crankshaft pulley and requires the pulley to be removed to change it out.
Front of engine, reads off a a tone wheel behind the crankshaft pulley.
I belive you may be asking where the crankshaft positoning sensor is, if so is is located behind the harmonic balancer. NEW ANSWER: That is true if it is a V6 engine, But if it is A V8 Then it is behind the starter.
if it has a v6 it's behind crankshaft pulley,if its a 4 cyl.in the block
Right behind crankshaft pulley on side. Depends on the amount of clearance you have to whether it is a piece of cake or not.
its behind the timing cover and reads a plate between two crankshaft sprockets
The crankcase drain plug on a 2007 Polaris scrambler 500 is hard to locate. However, it is behind the bolt in the skid plate.
The Crankshaft Position Sensor senses it's position from a toothed timing ring behind the Crankshaft pulley. The CKP is above and to the left of the crankshaft pulley.
Behind the crank pulley
Behind the harmonic balancer (dampner) that is located behind the crankshaft pulley.
Hello! The crankshaft position sensor is located behind the crankshaft pulley,on the left side facing the front of the car.It is difficult to see and to remove it you need to remove the crankshaft pulley ( radiator,belts,.... )
the crankshaft sensor is located behind the harmonic balancer on the ft timing cover
it is the crankshaft timing gear.
The 2000 Buick Regal 3.8L Crankshaft Position Sensor is located behind the harmonic balancer pulley.
The crankshaft position sensor on a Buick is located behind th Harmic balancer. It should have a wire plugged in to it.