Where are the 2 crankshaft position sensors located on a 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora 4.0?
There are two crankshaft sensors on 1995 and later models The crankshaft position sensor (REF) is mounted at the front of the engine on the aluminum oil pan section below the crankshaft pulley The crankshaft position sensor (POS) is mounted on the aluminum oil pan section at the rear of the engine near the transaxle bellhousing
The crankshaft position sensor is located at the driver's side bell housing. There are two sensors exactly alike being held with an Allen bolt. The one sensor closest to the front of the car is the speed sensor and the one closest to the rear of the car is the crankshaft position sensor. Hope that helps...
What type of sensor would be located either above or in the top of the transmission case of a 2001 Nissan Frontier?
It's most likely the crankshaft position sensor. Answer this sensor could be one of several sensors there are sensors for , the reverse light switch. gear selctor. speed sensors. selector actuator sensor. safety sensor for starting. also sensors for computer to tell what gear to select It is the crankshaft position sensor!
Your Aurora has 2 Crankshaft positioning sensors. I just replaced both of the CPS on my 2003 Aurora on 6/2/2012. They are located under the car, near the oil filter. If you raise the car, laying down looking up at the oil filter- The sensors will be to the left of it. To me, this was not an easy fix. The hardest part was getting the connectors off. I took off the oil pressure sensor…
What is the difference between a crankshaft position sensor and a camshaft position sensor in a 1995 camry?
The Crankshaft sensor and the Cam sensor monitor the position and or the speed of rotation of the crankshaft. Together they send signals to the ECM. The ECM uses that information along with info from other sensors to send spark and fuel to the cylinders at the correct time. Some engines only have only a crank sensor to perform that job. Other engines that have both crank and cam sensors that split the duties.