remove Power Steering puimp remove power steering puimp this is were cam sensor is!! under pump.
The cam sensor is the distributor, The crank sensor is in the front bottom left side of the timing cover. Behind the balancer.
try replacing crank sensor
No, it is needed for spark and fuel timing.
On the back of the engine, under the firewall, driver side. You can barely see it from above. You have to change it from underneath.
yes but the cam sensor and the crank sensor work to geather so make sure to have it tested if you can to make sure wich is bad .
The crank sensor is on the left side top of the bell housing behind a shield. One bolt to remove but be careful as the wires are extremely thin.
In the back by the coil pack.
I don't think it has one only crank sensor. It is right under the balancer it takes a number ten socket and then pulls out
1391 is for an intermittent loss of the cam sensor or crank sensor signal
It's a pain in the neck, the sensor is under the engine mount by the starter and the mount has to be removed to access the sensor.
the crank sensor is on the front side of block by where the trans bellhousing is.pull the cooling fan out and you can get to it is a 2 wire sensor held in by a #27 torx bolt .if you see the cam sensor its right below it.- county line perf.
you don't the computer sets it from the crank sensor
front right of cylinder head
crank position sensor
The crank sensor on a 98 2.6 Audi A6 is in front of the driver's side wheel axle. The left front tire must be pulled out to reach it.?æ
The crank sensor is located behind the Harmonic balancer. Try not to break the rubber within the Harmonic balancer when removing or on the safe side replace both the Crank sensor and the Harmonic balancer ( the big pulley on the bottom - most part of the engine.)
RIGHT SIDE OF ENGINE NEAR CRANK PULLY
crank sensor is right behind the starter with two wires connector plug n 10 mm bolt holding it in undo the bolt twist sensor side to side to brake free the o ring then pull out the sensor n repeat the same steps to put back the new one make sure u plug the connector back in
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.
Yes, it does. I know, because mine is faulty on my Chevy Malibu and it was just replaced. My car would shut off at stop lights and even when driving down the road. It felt as if it was something electrical, or even a fuel issue. Two months of car repairs, which included tune-up, new fuel filter, and trip to the dealer (who couldn't figure out the problem), the mechanic did a google search and found that the crankshaft sensor goes out pretty frequently in Chevys. Hope this helps. Actually the answer to the original question is NO, the camshaft sensor does not replace the crankshaft sensor. On my 98 Malibu I have a camshaft sensor, a 7x crank sensor and a 24x crank sensor. My Malibu is not starting, we've tested the crank sensor and replaced the computer and still no fire to the plugs. The ignition module has been tested and it's good. There have been a lot of discussion about the Passlock system, but I reset that, now I'm turning towards the camshaft sensor which is suppose to control the fuel and the tach, but there may be other interactions with the computer that keeps it from firing the ignition system. The only indication the camshaft sensor is bad is I get no reading from the tach no the dash or from my OBDII computer reader. My book says the computer uses both crank and camshaft sensor when firing the injectors, but if the plugs don't fire, the injectors aren't the problem and I sprayed starting fluid in the intake and no joy.
don't have the foggiest
Same size as you remove, If you don't want to change a lot of things
the crankshaft sensort is at bottom under the distrbutor it is way down there by the trans housing.