The cam sensor tells the computer where your cam is in it's rotation. The info is used to determine spark timing and fuel delivery. if it's bad, you'll run rough or not at all. Vehicles with distributors will sometimes integrate thet sensor with the distributor. Otherwise, it will be located near the cam. I had a Vauxhall Vectra - terrible car!! - one of the problems was engine dying on me at any point whilst driving! it was almost impossible to trace the problem as it was an occasional fault, but stopped for good once the cam sensor was changed.
Need to know the year, make and engine size of your vehicle.
they are going to look at you with a eyes then you are going to know
There are many sensors, need to know what year, make, model and which sensor is in question.
look under the throttle body on the front of the engine there s a sensor with 3 wires going to it that is the engine coolant temperature sensor
If you look at your air intake tube you should see a connector going to it, that connector is going to your iat sensor. Ther is no connector on air intake tube but severl connector on intake manifold?
If you look on the hose going from the air filter box into the engine the AIT sensor is screwed into the side of the hose
Look around you. If you don't see any witches you know the witch sensor is working.
you would know when he/she is always looking at you but when you look back he/she would look away
you should look for a doctor.
The points are spaced according to the value of the number they correspond to; in a number line containing only whole numbers.If you want to know what the symbol would look like when its going a certain way, it would look like this if you started at 6 and was going to the right the arrow would be pointing > that way, if you were going left the arrow would be < that way... Hope I helped!
It is underneath the intake manifold. If you look straight down from your throttle body, you will see a sensor with one wire coming out and a bolt going through the middle of it, that is the knock sensor.
Pretty darn boring! There would be no one to wonder about, because you'd know all about them. It would take all of the mystery out of life, which is the greatest part. Imagine knowing what your unborn child was going to look like! What every unborn child was going to look like! Boring!
Speed sensor needs to be replaced in the engine, look speed sensor up for your vehicle
look at your trany it should have a wire going into it on the top side in the middle
this sensor sould be located on the inrake, look for your air box where the air filter is on the box or around it sould be a sensor on it you would notice by the wires cliping on to the sensor
you know if he is going to kiss you because he looks at you at you look at him and you both know it is going to happen do it privatly just you and him. DO NOT USE TOUNGS FIRST TIME OR ELSE IT WILL BE OVER!!! TRUST ME
you would look like this..........
look at the valve cover on the left side u will see two wires going to a sensor that's where it is
If you look at your throttle body where your air intake comes in to the intake manifold, and about an inch or two above it is a sensor with a wire going from it. That is your manifold absolute pressure sensor.
I don't know, let me look into my crystal ball?!?!?!?! No offence, but how in the world would we know the future?????? Sorry, but I don't think anyone knows the answer to that!!!
I wouldn't mess with it if it's a crank sensor. While they are easy to put on if it's anything like newer Chevy's the relearn can ONLY be done at a dealer. I would look into that first because if it is the same, there is no way you are going to get it to run.
Go outside tonight and look-up.
It means something that you don't know is going on.
look in he or her eyes and you are going to see it.