There is no such part as a piston sensor.
I don't think there is a fuse, sounds like the sender is bad.The sender is located on the fuel pump.the sender wire could be loose,pull rear seats down and pull back the carpet and you can access the fuel pump.The is a cover with about 8 screws.Remove the nuts from the screws and check the sender wires.
Not really. It isn't like "Return to Sender" on US Postal Mail. With emails, why bother.
I belive its on the driver side of the block (kinda looks like an oil sender only bigger around) I don't think the 5.0L has a knock sensor.
like blug in the air way after the air filter.
i think u r talking about the MAF sensor or mass air flow sensor which is like half way between the air filter and the intake manifold on the air tube
remove the distributor cap and pull the thin disc like cam sensor over the shaft of the distributor then replace it with the new one.
If you look at the front grill, below the bumper, the small bulb like sensor is snapped into the lower drivers side there.
Like a franking machine?
look at where the headers come off the engine. follow this and there should be a rod like projection sticking out with wires running down from it. that is your O2 sensor.
All Electrical fuel level gauges in automobiles (Like this Taurus) have a sender unit inside the fuel tank. It is replaced by dropping the fuel tank from the car and accessing the sender through the integral access plate.
The outside air temperature sensor is on the front of the car, near the nearside foglight on the plastic grill. It looks like the end of a Hilti nail.
the air flow sensor is located right next to the airfilter box, it looks like a card, remember right next to the airfilter, it will be on your left.
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It is on the dash in front of the steering wheel,it looks like a small black bump.
The Bank 2 Sensor 1 Air/Fuel Ratio Sensor is on the left side of the Left Hand Front Exhaust Pipe, just below where it connects to the engine. Can't miss, it stands out like a sore thumb.....
The symptoms suggest that the speedo sender drive shaft has sheared. If you have changed just the sender unit on top of the gearbox, it's possible that you have not noticed that the residual piece of the drive shaft remaining in the support tube -on to which the gland nut normally retaining the sensor engages- freely rotates (which it should not do when the engine is not running) or the broken end of the shaft has fallen away unnoticed when you removed the original, apparently defective sender unit -or possibly left attached to the discarded sender and, again, gone unnoticed. A replacement serviceable sender will still install on to the support sleeve but there will be something like a 12 mm gap in the drive shaft where it should engage in the internal sender drive coupling. A new sender will also engage onto the sheared end of the drive shaft but the sender armature will not rotate and your speedo will remain inoperative. (Check the sender itself by turning the sender internal drive with e.g. a screw driver and watch to see if the speedo "kicks" - the ignition has to be on) You will need to remove a small 10 mm a/f hex headed fastener from the engine block immediately below where the sender is located. The sender drive shaft with its integral drive helical gear/sleeve can then be readily extracted together with the support sleeve with its threaded end (onto to which the actual sender is retained by the above mentioned gland nut). It will be obvious if the drive has sheared if the sender has already been seprated from the helical gear drive shaft/sleeve assembly or will immediately become so when the sender and helical gear/sleeve are dismantled....good luck.
sounds like a knock sensor is service light on
sounds like the fuel sensor inthe fuel tank which means removing tank to replace
The outside temperature sensor is on the driver's side next to the fog light (or where the foglight would be). It looks like a black pencil tip sticking out of a little hole in the black plastic.
There is an optical sensor (looks like a small bulb) mounted where the rear view mirror is stuck to the windscreen( on the inside), raindrops build up obscuring the sensor the wipers are the triggered
Answer: If its a high-pitched squeak, it sounds like the wear sensor on the inner brake lining.
it is black,located at throttle plate, on side of throttle body.is held on by screws.
I started by removing the camshaft cover, then I realized the many other parts have to be removed before being able to succesfuly replace the sensor.... I also would like to know the procedure. Thanks