A Crank Shaft Position Sensor is a magnetic sensor that determines the position of the engine's crankshaft. It is used to set the electronic timing for the car's computer, so it is a very important part of the electronics.
Where is the crank shaft located on a 1999 Pontiac Bonneville? I have bought the part. Just can't find where it goes.
The crank sensor should be located down next to the crank shaft, Right side of car They are hard to see, and i think you have to remove the crank pully to get the sensor out, this is a comon problem on the 3.8 L Gm. eng Not a very expensive part, Usualy the car won't start when faulty
All Northstars have 2 crank sensors, there are located just to the side of the oil filter adapter & behind the front motor mount. I strongly you forget about figuring out which one is sensor A & which is sensor B. Replace both! 93-99 are the same part number for both sensors & are interchangeable. 2000+ have 2 different part numbers for each sensor & are not interchangeable with the 93-99 sensor.
Check Autozone.com or another such sight They might have a picture. They did for the same part for my 91 lesabre. (Which may very well be the exact same part)
Yes, this is true for the 2.5 engine. The part # has been updated a number of times by Nissan and both cam and crank sensors are now the same part#.
on the sohc motor it is on the crank shaft pully. on the 2.0 dohc it is located top forward facing part of the block by the flywheel just under the head.
There definitely is a crank position sensor on a Neon
It is located in the distributer. The part is not sold seporate from the distributer. It is only a dealer item the whole distributer for 450.00$. It is also called the crank angle sensor. Just because the code 0335 comes on on the scan does not mean that the sensor is bad. The best thing to do it take it to a dealer. Actually the one in the distributor is called a camshaft position sensor. You can by rebuilt distributor for around 250.00. The crank shaft position sensor is located on the Transmission housing on the left side.
The crank sensor is an important part of the engine wiring. Without it the engine does not know when to fire. There is no way to by pass it.
I just had to replace my Crankshaft position sensor and the part was $48 and the labor was $106. To answer your question, yes.
I am wondering the same thing; on 2.4l Go to Autozone.com look up your car, and it will tell you if the store closest to you has the part, and give you intructions on how to fix it.
The 95 model doesn't have one externally. It's called an optical pickup and is part of the distributor. It can't be purchased separately.
yes you will lose pulse to the fuel injectors and fuel pump activation. common part to fail. the wires fray and brake near transmission.
Nothing. The knock sensor is a passive part that will not affect how the engine runs.
problably your crank positioning sensor, on the front of motor, behind crank pulley. about a $40.00 dollar part. good luck
I had the same issue with mine...it was the crank/fuel sensor...cost - 50.00 for part
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.)
"There is no camshaft position sensor on the 93 3.1. Only a crank sensor. It will be mounted on the back side of the engine block....driver side. You'll have to get under the car to see it. There are a couple of sensors mounted there. A knock sensor and the crank sensor."if there is no camshaft sensor for the 1993 3.1 Chevy... please explain why i can find the part number for that year and model car?Part # 2-96077???? i cant see why i can buy a part for a specific year and model car and the part doesn't exist?if the crank sensor relays the position of the crank... what relays the position of the cam without a cam sensor or distributor to relay to the PCM when to fire? im going to the dealership tomorrow... one of us has to be wrong.
It is the part inside the lower portion of the engine that the center bottom pulley attaches to.
it sounds like the crank shaft position sensor located on the tranny u can get one at a local car parts place than use it to search on transmission for part.
It may be part of the distributor. Slightly older (1990) model colts have the crank angle sensor and top dead sensor in the distribuor.
Isuzu part number 8-97258-523-0(MSRP $193.86) crank sensor is on the right side(passenger) of the engine block, just behind the mount.
I have a 1995 dodge Dakota that didnt fire either first go for the cheaper step and check the fuses if its not that check the crank shaft sensor that is what mine turned out to be. it was only 60 dollars for the part and 5 minutes of my time.
It is important to know the symptoms of a bad car part. The symptoms of a bad crank sensor is acceleration problems, engine sputtering and engine stalling.