very likely it's the oil pressure sender.
The 2003 Saturn L200 has a camshaft position sensor. It is located on the bottom front of engine behind the Starter. You will need to remove the two bolts that are holding the Starter to get to the sensor.
It is on the bottom side/ passenger side of the engine block, just in front of the starter.
if it bolts on the starter assembly you are probably talking about the starter solenoid. basically its what makes the starter engage. if its a sensor that just bolts near the starter it could be anything from a crank position sensor to a knock sensor.
Aurora 3.5 - the sensor is on the front of the engine, on the right side, up behind the starter. You can see it from the bottom looking up, but you have to remove the starter to get it out. The Aurora 3.5 has a single dual sensor. The Aurora 4.0 has two separate sensors.
The crankshaft sensor on a 2001 Chevy Silverado 8100 is located on the bottom of the engine, near the starter. It constantly monitors where the crankshaft is in its rotation.
The starter on a 1994 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera is located on the driver's side of the engine towards the bottom of the engine. It is behind the crankshaft sensor and the fusible links.
The crank sensor is behind the starter. Remover the starter at the back of the engine and you will see the sensor
above the starter bottom front of engine has one bolt using ten mm may have to remove starter to access
You have to drop the starter on the front bottom driver side of the engine... next to the transmission. The crank sensor is about in the middle of the block. One bolt holds it in.
It is above/behind the starter. The starter must be removed in order to access the sensor to change it.
The crankshaft sensor is right next to the starter on a 2002 Escalade. You will have to loosen up the starter to get to it.
It's located under the car just behind the starter. Both sensors are there. The Throtle sensor and the Crankshaft sensor. You have to take out the starter to get to it.
It is behind the starter. You will have to remove the starter to get to it.
The crankshaft sensor for the 5.2L Chrysler models is on the transmission bell-housing. It is above the starter, I had to remove the starter in order to get to the sensor. After that it was a piece of cake.
It is behind the starter. You will have to remove the starter to even see it.
it is behind the starter of the car you will have to take the starter off
it is behind the starter. You will have to remove the starter to get to it.
It is behind the starter, Will have to remove starter to get to it.
BEHIND the starter. You MUST remove the starter to get to it.
It is on the passenger side behind the starter. You must remove the starter and bellhousing cover (black plastic piece behind starter). The sensor is behind and above the starter, held in by one bolt and a bracket.
If it has a 350 Vortec engine, then it is on the left bottom side of the timing cover behind the harmonic balancer. If it has the genaration II engine then it is behind the starter. You will need to remove the starter to be able to see it.
It is behind the starter. You will need to remove starter to get to it. I WOULD CHECK TO SEE IF IT IS NOT IN FRONT OF THE OIL PAN 1ST, BOTTOM OF TIMING CHAIN COVER.. MY 1999 CHEVY TAHOE 5.7 IS LOCATED THERE... EVERYONE TOLD ME ALSO THAT IS WAS ABOVE THE STARTER. AND AFTER TAKING IT OUT . IT WAS NOT THERE;...
The crankshaft position sensor is located right above the starter, you may have to remove the starter for better visibility.
Top of the engine on driver side of the valve cover and crank sensor is under the starter just move starter out of the way
speed sensor is behind starter motor