You will need to find the ground wire on the firewall, it should be a one wire connection with a cap on it. You will need a timing light, connect the timing light to the battery and the other connection to the #1 plug wire. you will need to loosen the camshaft sensor bolts, but DO NOT take them off. start the car and point the timing light at the TDC tab on the belt cover, make sure the cover is clean in order to ensure proper timing. Turn the cam sensor right or left,it should turn fairly easily, most people set the timing 5-8 degrees BTDC. The car cannot exceed 1200 rpm's because the car will no longer be in timing mode. Once all is done, tighten the cam sensor back down being sure that it goes in evenly.
The 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse crankshaft position sensor is located on the back of the engine. The crankshaft position sensor will be near the bottom of the engine cover.
where is the camshaft position sensor located on a 2001 mitsubishi eclipse v6
On you car.
Found it at front bottom of engine
where is located theknock sensor 97 mitssubishi eclipse
It should be next to one of the cams, is it a single cam or dual cam?
where is the speed sensor located on a 95 eclipse 5 speed
Where is the crank position sensor 0n a 2001 mitsubishi Galant
The crankshaft position sensor is located on the front of the engine inside the timing belt cover
Oxygen sensor: bank 1 sensor 2.
Head on the side right side that is it has a plug [electrical and two bolts-
on the intake manifold
I have 1994 Mitsubishi eclipse and have no spark i change cam and crank sensor but still no have spark can be icu
The vehicle speed sensor is located on the transaxle
The cost of an oxygen sensor for a 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse GT will cost between $55 and $80. The difference depends on location, dealer, and brand of sensor.
Im new to the eclipse game, but my eclipse had the same problem. Are you getting fire to the coil. If not check the sensor on the back of the motor under the intake, possibly the throttle position sensor, im not sure what the name is but it works, i promise.
In my '97 Eclipse GST (the convertible model of your car), the Crankshaft Position Sensor, or Crankshaft Angle Sensor, is located behind the crankshaft pulley. To get to it, the Mitsubishi shop manual lists the removal of the timing belt. Not a fun job. Since the timing belt will be removed anyways, this is a good time to install a new belt. The Mitsubishi dealership also suggested replacing the timing belt tensioner when re-installing the timing belt.
on the intake manifold
Crank position sensor is located next to the crankshaft. In order to replace it you might have to remove the timing belt. In the most models you just can remove remove the timing belt cover and replace the sensor.
how to adjust the trottle position on a 1999 kia sportage
The throttle position sensor ( TPS ) is NOT ADJUSTABLE
behind the engine
behind the crank shaft pully and the timing cover and then another pully is there two bolt hold it on
what two wires are the iat from the maf sensor on a Mitsubishi eclipse gs
The sensor is not adjustable.