why would we want to know
Yes but the 95 bell housing will need to be reused to the crank angle sensor can be retained
The 240sx KA24DE has 155 crank horse power rated by the factory
that's not a question. questions usually start with how, who, what and why. but if you're wondering if you have one on your car yes you do
Neukin Says: 105-112 ft-lb for a manual trans.. flywheel to crank
behind the harmonic dampner/crank pulley on the right side i believe, make sure not to whack, smack, or crack it please, then youll be in hurt
Hey Tony==The crank sensor is on the rear of some jeeps attached to the bell housing. It in itself won't cause overheating. If you have electric fans, make sure they are operating properly. Make sure the radiator is flowing coolant and not have a bunch of build up. Good luck Joe
check the battery
it could be many things but on mine it threw a code for the crank position sensor. without the ecu having knowledge of the crank it just couldn't get the timing down and stalled. so do the on off on off on with the key and see what codes pop up. than u can go from there.
Overheating from the engine wears down the sensor and will go out when it gets to hot , after awhile it could be completely degraded to where it wont work anymore
Might be the timing belt broke,remove cap and see if rotor spins. line up timing mark and see if rotor points to #1 plug wire on cap.
crank/cam sensor issue maybe?
i just had that problem (crank angle sensor) under the distributor cap...just got one for about $180 but never stalled while driving again ...saves the headache get one!!!
I would first consider that the car stalled BEFORE the lights came on. You might have a bad ignition switch or loose connection at the battery.
This is not a good descripton of the problem. Cranks? you mean the starter works? But the engine is not ? Yes, it stalled...and now it acts like it wants to turn over (cranks), but will not start. The starter does work. The engine will not fire up and run. The battery has ample voltage and amperage. Could an "overheating" problem cause this...wouldn't it start up after it cooled down if it overheated? Thanks for the help.
Sounds like a bad crank shaft or possibly other serious internal part. Likely your engine is ruined, I would get it towed to a shop so they can hook it up to the computer and tell you for certain.
first check and see if you have injector pulse if you do try changing the crank sensor its only about a $20 part
Check the cars ignition coil and crank sensor. Either of these could be overheating and causing the car to not start until it sits for a while.
Yes it can. To much oil and the crank can turn it into foam. Which will cause a loss of oil pressure. This can lead to engine damage and over heating if you run it long enough.
i have a 90 240sx and it was pretty simple first you remove the housing by taking the screws out (make sure u unplug the automatic lights)then crank them up to the highest by taking the caps off of the pump sort of pry at the plastic housing and lift it up and tward you. after that unscrew the metal support that attaches it to the car pull the light out and unplug it from the back get a new light and go backwards
No, it will crank, but it will not start.
the difference is that crank that superman is the remix and crank that is not
This could be an indication of a failing crank sensor. GM has issued a recall for this and you shoudl be able to find out more information from any cadillac or GM dealer.
the crank is the pedals