Dodge Dakota V6's didn't have a crank sensor until 1992.
No Crank Sensor until 1992
top of bellhousing
Inside the distributor
No crank sensor on a 1990, only the pickup plate (cam sensor) in the distributor. how about a 1991?
If the crank sensor is not working, the engine will not run.
Under the front of the right cylinder head. If you look up from underneath you can see the three wire connecter. ************please note that this answer is wrong...this is the location of the CRANK SHAFT SENSOR****************
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)
On the bellhousing
That would be the pick up plate in the distributor.
It is in the bellhousing on the driver side , near the starter.
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.
The crankshaft position sensor is located at the rear passenger side of the engine, next to the flywheel. On V6 and V8 it is below the spark plug wire loom, near and slightly higher than the EGR tube / exhaust manifold junction.
Top of the bell housing, pass side, behind the cylinder head.
Yes. The crank sensor tells the coil when to fire.
IS this a 5.2, if so the crank sensor is on the passenger side of the engine, in the far rear, it picks up off the flywheel, the cam sensor is located inside the distributor (it is the pick up coil).
where is the crankshaft sensor located on a 1993 dodge intrepid
Lower/front/driver side of the block. The one aiming at the crank pulley is the crank sensor. The cam sensor is just above it.Lower/front/driver side of the block. The one aiming at the crank pulley is the crank sensor. The cam sensor is just above it.
That year model does not have a crank sensor.
12 valve engine: front above the crank pulley 24 valve engine: behind the starter.
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.
They did not use a crank sensor in 1984, There was no need for 1