You can find somebody with an OBD2 code reader and if you get a lean condition your O2 sensor is probably ready for replacement. There is a procedure for checking the O2 sensors with a voltmeter, But it seems very complicated and I have never had any luck getting veryifiable or concrete results from that procedure.
crank position sensor
I don't know---does it? Get literate!
I have noticed the same thing, and when looking through other sites, I came across someone who listed his complaints about the car and that was one. I think it's just the way they're made.
Could be both caused by an output speed sensor. You should have the computer checked for codes to know for sure.
Not that I know of. The oil pressure light comes on at a very low pressure, but it will not shut the car off.
Ambient temp. For outside temp readings.
One way is to turn the ignition key on, I don't know if there are other ways or not.
Need to hook upto a scanner. Check for codes.
On the 1993 Sentra the speedometer sensor is located on the top of the transmission on the drivers side near the firewall. I have the same problem and would like to replace the sensor but cannot seem to get it out. Do you know how to remove? email@example.com Art Plymouth, MA
It holds a total of 9 quarts. I know, because mine is going into the shop for a re-build. At 174,000+ miles, it has held up very well.
there is a collant sensor at the right side of the engine near the return pipe to the radiator. I' not sure if it is the only one but I know it controls the radiator fan.
I am installing a cruise control on a 1997 FORD ESCORT,and need to know where the Black and white wire and the Blue wire are located to the vechicle speed sensor?
could be alternator or short in harness
It lets the computer know where the crank shaft is at all times, and yes it can cause a no start.
i heard it is inside the catlitic converter i am just repeting what i heard do not know for sure.
I think you should check the fuel pump . If you keep[ the tank above half tank and it stops hesitating you will know it is the pump
Bottom leftside of the radiator, be sure not to over tighten. I did this and broke the drain cock and leaked all of the coolant, on a hot July afternoon in traffic. You know what happened next...
There are 4 of them on the car, so you need to know which one is faulty. To replace them is the same for all. Disconnect the connector to the faulty o2 sensor and using a o2 sensor socket or a wrench that will fit unscrew the sensor. Install the replacement sensor and reconnect the wire.
A CKP is the crankshaft position sensor. The engine computer uses that sensor to know the position of the crankshaft for fuel and ignition timing purposes. With out the ckp the engine will not run.
it is at the rear of the cam on the driverside
i don't know but look on wikipiedia
Yes, I think I know. A sea breeze comes from the west,bringing moisture in from the sea. A land breeze (I call it a "lee" breeze) comes from the east,TAKING AWAY moisture (dessicating/drying) and pumping it BACK INTO the sea. Breezes from the east,are also sometimes called "zephyrs".
nobody that I know.
I know they were separitists... That's all i know