YES BUT. YOU SHOULD USE THE 1996 CRANKSHAFT AND THE 1996 INTAKE SO YOU NEED TO DISASEMBLE BOTH ENGINE TO DO ONE
The rear crankshaft sensor is located on the back of the crankshaft. The rear engine cover will need to be removed in order for the sensor to be visible.
On the firewall side of the engine above the starter
crankshaft sensor is located just behind the crankshaft pulley on the front of the engine(passenger side of vehicle).
next to the oil filter. (side of engine, front of car)
The purpose of a clutch on a vehicle is to disconnect the drive of the engine from the gearbox (this would be required when the vehicle is stationary or to change gear). While the engine is running the crankshaft is continually turning, It is the crankshaft that turns the gearbox and via the gearbox the road wheels. Obviously there are times when the engine is running but drive is not required, The clutch is the mechanism by which this is achieved.
Main bearings are what the crankshaft rotates on.
The 1998 Saturn SL2 will show a code 340 and 341 for a camshaft position sensor because this part is also considered the crankshaft position sensor on the Saturn. The location of the crankshaft position sensor is behind the alternator on a 1998 Saturn SL2. Both crankshaft and camshaft are the same thing This vehicle is not equipped with a camshaft position sensor. Saturn is the only manufacture that uses a auto pulse generated inside the ignition control module in conjunction with the pulse received from the crankshaft position sensor to determine ignition and injection timing. If you have a code for camshaft position sensor the issue is with the pulse generator in the ignition control module.
Standing in front of the vehicle looking at the engine, the crankshaft rotates clockwise.
As close to the engine as is possible.As close to the engine as is possible.
Saturn engine interchangibility.yes, by all means you can, the only thing is ..you have to match the ignition modules to the crankshaft. i.e. use a 93 module for the 93 crank and a 91-92 module for a 91-92 crank. there is a timing difference built in to the module for the crankshaft notches. that's about it. everything else will work.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but on a 1998 Ford Ranger 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine : I believe the crankshaft position sensor is at the front of the engine When standing in front of the vehicle looking into the engine compartment it is just to the left of the crankshaft damper near the bottom of the engine
The crankshaft is the part that connects the flywheel and the piston rods on an internal combustible engine. Its job is to change the movement of the pistons to a circular motion, which is what is needed to power a vehicle.
CRANKSHAFT? Very unlikely. The crankshaft is an integral part of, and contained entirely within, the engine. The engine would have to have been virtually destroyed in order to damage it.However - If you mean to ask about the DRIVESHAFT - the rotating shaft under the vehicle that transfers power from the transmission to the rear wheels - yes it is entirely possible that a driveshaft or its component parts could be damaged in a severe accident.
The crankshaft is the largest part in the bottom of the engine.The crankshaft is the largest part in the bottom of the engine.
If the crankshaft sensor is dead the engine will not start
Same as any other vehicle. It's mounted to the rear of the crankshaft...between the engine and transmission.
In general, this job would be best done with the engine removed from vehicle. Once the engine is removed, mount the engine on an engine stand and diassemble the front and lower half of engine until the crankshaft is exposed. Once the crankshaft is removed, have it inspected at a qualified machine shop to determine if it needs to be reground or just polished. Replace crankshaft with new bearings of correct dimensions. Going this deep into the engine, you may want to consider rebuilding the complete engine. A shop manual for that vehicle would be a must if you intend on tackling this job your self. A complete set of tools and at least some knowledge about rebuilding an engine would be necessary otherwise your time and money would be wasted.
It's located on the front of the engine block by the oil filter.
The Crankshaft Position Sensor is located on the right side- rear of the engine block... At about the 1:00 position, facing the front of the vehicle.
The vehicle speed sensor is between the transmission and the engine from the front of the the engine bay, there is also a vehicle wheel speed sensors in in each tire
On the passenger side of engine block, it is best reached from under the vehicle.
It's possible but not very likely. The broken rod will ultimately jam the crankshaft.
Possible failure of the output/vehicle speed sensor.Possible failure of the output/vehicle speed sensor.
You do not need any special crankshaft installer, when replacing the head gasket. The crankshaft and the head gasket are on opposite ants of the engine.