If I knew what you were working on I might be able to help more. On most cars and trucks with electric fans the fuse can be located in one of two places. check your owners manual for the location of the fuse. If the fuse is good, your on to the next step. The temp. sensor most likely "Calls" for the fans to come on through the "Computer." If this is the case then you may have a bad Relay. The "Computer" cannot control a high current device such as a fan, directly. Most manufacturers put a Relay somewhere in the Engine Compartment that the "Computer" engages, thus causing the Fans to come on. If the Fuse is Good and the Realy tests good then you need to look at the sensor itself. In most cases trying to test the sensor causes damage. If you determine or "approximate" that the sensor is At Fault then just go to your auto parts store and buy a new one. They aren't that expensive. If you get back to me with the Year, Make, and Model, I may be able to get a little more specific.
Crank angle sensor
No it will not. YOU have another problem.
A bad throttle sensor can cause engine jerking and rough running. A test of the computer codes should show if there seems to be a problem with the sensor.
I don't believe the 03 S-10 uses an etc (electronic throttle control) sensor.
its electronic cause of the distributorless ignition.
running rich, cause by bad O2 sensor and/or bad cats.
this can be cause by the crank position sensor if the fuel pump is running well then the only thing that cold cause the problem is crank position sensor
code 43 except2.2or2.5 4flashes pause 3flashes electronic sparkcontrol knock sensor circuit probable cause faulty knock sensor or mem_cal.
Podsible, if the sensor is so worn as to not send the right signal to the ECU the fuel/air trim will be off and indeed can cause a misfire from running to lean or too rich. The ECU does not know if the sensor is bad, it only knows what micro voltage it is "told" by 02 sensor
there should be a electronic plug on your gearbox, unplug that and screw out the sensor, but make sure its not the reverse sensor, if its the st or sport then its the abs sensor but that wil make you dash lights come on and show no milleage
No all it is is basically a microphone to monitor for noise-nothing to do with the engine running.
cold start sensor or weak fuel pump
yes definitely my 96 Chevy was stalling every time i stopped at a light or stop sign and my brother changed my crank shaft sensor and it doesn't do it anymore.
Any electronic failure in the restraint system.
Vehicle running hot? and fan trying to cool it down Bad temperature sensor?
I was having the same problem with my daughter's escort. I replaced the cam position sensor and the problem stopped. Advanced Auto Parts will check the computer to find out the problem for free. I was having the same problem with my daughter's escort. I replaced the cam position sensor and the problem stopped. Advanced Auto Parts will check the computer to find out the problem for free.
you could be outa gas, the ecu coulda went out, you might have blown your engine, this is a pretty vague question
check fuel pump relay, mass air flow sensor in the intake or egr valve stack open and oxygen sensor so there are checks that need to be done to find out the cause problem.
The crankshaft position sensor has nothing to do with the fuel pump but a defective fuel pump relay and fuel pump fuse will and also a missing ground circuit will cause it not to run
you should NEVER clean an o2 sensor. they are very sensitive so you should replace them. ==POSSIBLE CAUSE= It is quite possible the cause of the code showing (lt bank running lean) is a contaminated Mass Air Sensor which you can usually take off and clean. It should be on the outside where your air cleaner box is. Use electronic tuner cleaner from Radio Shack; Part (#64-431515) if it's not too dirty. Be careful spraying the "hot" wire inside the sensor and then let dry 15 to 20 minutes. Stick no objects in there; they could break the "sensing" wire.
A malfunction in the range sensor could cause the cruise to be inoperative.A malfunction in the range sensor could cause the cruise to be inoperative.
cam or crank sensor
The overdrive light to flash on 2005 Ford Expedition is caused by either the sensor problem or the electronic pressure control problem for the tranny.