Dodge Dakota V6's didn't have a crank sensor until 1992.
Inside the distributor
If the crank sensor is not working, the engine will not run.
No crank sensor on a 1990, only the pickup plate (cam sensor) in the distributor. how about a 1991?
most crank sensors are for engine timing with the cam shaft, the distributor on at least 97' dodge and newer controls fuel timing.
No, just the distributor pick up plate (cam sensor)
No crank sensor, only a cam position sensor.
A 1989 Dakota uses the distributor pick up plate for the crank signal. It is the plastic plate under the rotor inside the distributor cap.
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Top of the bell housing, pass side, behind the cylinder head.
No Crank Sensor until 1992
Crank sensor is in the top of the transmission housing at the back of the engine. Cam position sensor is in the distributor.
Yes. The crank sensor tells the coil when to fire.
A 2001 Ram did not have a 3.7L. A 2001 3.7L does not interchange with a 2006, the cam and crank sensor tone rings are different.
where is the crankshaft sensor located on a 1993 dodge intrepid
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.
Top passenger side of the bell housing. Look behind the passenger side cylinder head.
the crank sensor is located on the top front of the tranny
It does not have a crank sensor, it only has the "pick up" plate in the distributor.
Where is the crank sensor on a 2003 dodge stratus 4 door 2.4 L DOHC?
No crank sensor, just the pick up plate in the distributor.
if it doesnt have a crankshaft sensor then you have a distributer pick up. Its under your distributer cap.
A 1991 doesn't have a crank sensor, it only has a distributor pick up plate(cam sensor)