it could have a bad speed sensor
A bad crankshaft sensor on a 2.3 Ford may cause the car to not start. A bad crankshaft sensor can crank, just not start.
A bad crankshaft position sensor will cause your Kia Sorrento to run rough. The bad crankshaft position sensor can also cause your Kia to not start.
When a crankshaft sensor is bad the engine will not run. The sensor is not usually intermittent, it is either good or bad.
A crankshaft sensor can go bad if due to an oil leak. If oil breaches the sensor itself it will burn out.
If a 1999 Mazda Protege keeps making clicking noises, you might have a bad alternator or starter. You could also have a bad ignition or solenoid.
No, a bad crankshaft sensor would cause the car not to start and run.
It means there is bad/no connection between the car's computer and the oxygen sensor after the catalytic converter.
A bad crankshaft sensor can have several symptoms. The engine could stall, backfire, be sluggish or not run at all.
It could be a bad crankshaft sensor or a bad camshaft sensor.
Yes it can. The crankshaft position sensor is one of the major sensors for spark timing.
Check to see if the wiring is damaged.
An intermittent crankshaft sensor will not let the engine fire the correct times. This can definitely cause a misfire for the engine.
Almost all cars the answer is no.
Engine cranks but doesn't start.
It could be bad with out turning the light on.
If the sensor is erratic, then the engine could shake or sometimes not run. If the sensor is completely bad, then the car wont start at all.
A bad battery terminal(s) connection, bad ground, bad ignition switch, bad starter.
No, the computer needs that sensor to know crank timing.
Could be the TDC Sensor, sometimes called the crankshaft Sensor.
A computer diagnostic test will generally tell you if you have a faulty crankshaft position sensor.