there is no crankshaft in an rx-7, it has a rotary engine C12 - actually there is, its called a crank angle sensor but it is located on the block and measures the eccentril shaft (which is the equivilant to a crankshaft). if you look at the biggest metal pulley at the bottom of the engine the crank angle sensors are on the side of the strange looking metal plate on this pully, two short stuby looking things.
The tone rings for the crank and cam position sensors are different and the engine will not run.The tone rings for the crank and cam position sensors are different and the engine will not run.
possibly the crank angle or cam sensors Or injectors
On crankshaft position sensor, one camshaft position sensor.
The crank position sensor is located on the front of the engine, behind the lower crank pulleys.
You adjust the timing by moving the crank angle sensor. The crank angle sensor is driven by the camshaft closest to the intake manifold (passenger side of the engine) and is located behind the cylinder head and valve cover. Losen the bolt that secures the crank angle sensor, in order to move the crank angle sensor.
Crank shaft position sensors (2)
crankshshaft and camshaft position sensors are on the right rear driver side of the engine
check crank angle sensor
AnswerThe position will vary according to the year, make and model. However, crank sensors are usually located in the transmission bell housing, just above the flywheel.
It has a crank reference sensor by the crank pulley that adjusts timing and a #1 position sensor were trans and engine meet on left side of engine that starts spark sequence.
Angle between coupler link and output link for a given crank angle is called transmission angle, it is maximum when crank angle is 180 degree and minimum when crank angle is 0 degree
Crank angle sensor reads rpm and sends the signal to the ECU (computer) to aid in the calculation of engine rpm, ignition timing, fuel injection and crankshaft position.
Should not. The crank sensor does not come in contact with the fuel nor the exhaust.
It is mounted on the front of the block at the crankshaft. It is bolted on the driver's side of the engine.
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.
Depending on manufacturer and engine size the location on a cam shaft and firing order is registered through a magnet or sensor located on a cam gear those sensors are usually called a cam position sensor.If your car does not have a cam position sensor the next way to determine is by the crank position sensor.The crank position sensors purpose is to make sure that the crank and cam stay alligned.All this is monitored through the PCM or computer on your vehicle.
It is not difficult to replace at all on either models. The Crank Angle Sensor on a Mazda Miata differs for the varying years: On 99-05 Miatas, it is located to the right of the Crank Pulley at the bottom of the engine. It can be reached by removing the splash pan under the car. On 90-97 models, it is on the back of the valve cover on the driver's side (assuming Left-hand drive models). When replacing it, you must also purchase a new Crank Angle Seal (just a round rubber grommet).
where is the crankshaft angle sensor located on a 1997 cadillac deville.
the cam angle sensor is the crank angle sensor it preforms both jobs
RPM signal. Can be cam position sensors. Common for the drivers side cam position sensor wires to get chaffed from contact from the drive belt when they are incorrectly routed. The other possibilities are the crank position sensor which is on the drivers side front of engine by the crank pulley inboard of the oil filter. Third could be an incorrectly installed timing belt that is off a tooth. Also check all wiring on the cam position sensors and crank position sensor. Those are the most common causes of code 13 on 92 SC400 OBD 1.
First of all you may want to check the cam and crank position sensors. It is common on the maximas for this to casuse a no start condition.
fuel injectors are powered by ECM (computer)which receives inputs from cam and crank position sensors
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.
All sensors give a code when the sensor is not working right