Tha is not as much a repair as it is a rebuild job. The crankshaft is in the bottom of the engine and it's best to remove the engine for that kind of repair. Next then is buy a rebuilt or good used engine to put back in if you're going to keep it. Otherwise - go to the library and check out a motor manual and learn something about rebuilding engines.
The engine crank shaft is inside the engine
If the crank shaft breaks you will have catastrophic failure of the engine with major damage. Bascially the engine will self destruct and you will have to install a new short block to repair it.
The crank sensor on a 2001 Malibu is located on the bottom of the engine near the crank shaft. It monitors the rotation and speed of the crank shaft.
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crank shaft sensor is near the oil filter. I have the repair manual but I am unable to past the page in here.
The 1999 Range Rover 4.6 liter engine crank shaft sensor is located on the back of the engine. The crank shaft sensor is behind the rear engine cover.
The crank shaft sensor on a 2000 Chevy Suburban is located on the bottom of the engine, near the oil filter. It constantly monitors the crank shaft and updates the vehicle's computer of its status.
the crank sensor is located just behind the crank shaft pully of the engine.
The crank shaft positioning sensor is behind the starter. A real bear to get to.
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The crank shaft sensor may have died and the engine controller is using other sensors to keep the engine operational in "limp" mode.
Cam spins at half the speed of the engine.
I would recommend that you do put a crank shaft head on a crank shaft. Putting any other type of head on a crank shaft could possibly break the head.
Crank shaft/ engine speed sensor malfuntion.
Its on the backside of the engine, on the firewall side
Need to know what size engine it has.
i thik a chine is conect in between them.
The crank shaft sensor is located on front of block above the harmonic balance wheel (bottom pulley on front of engine). This is easiest to get at from underneath the vehicle.
under the crank pulley, right side of car under front of engine
Inside the bottom of the engine block.
could be your crank shaft
The easiest repair is to replace the engine. Otherwise the crank shaft will need replaced/remachined and the connecting rod will need replaced. Basically a complete overhaul.