depends on the engine but it is usually on the top of the bellhousing of the tranny. the crank sensor gets a pickup signal from the flywheel.
right side of block behind starter
It is located behind the intake on top of the engine. It is not the same thing as a Crankshaft Position sensor. Don't get the 2 confused. The Crankshaft position sensor is located behind the starter on the housing for the torque converter. The camshaft position sensor is harder to get at which is why many mechanics will try everything else before they check this sensor. In some cases the engine may have to be removed, especially if a unskilled mechanic tries to remove it and breaks it off. Make sure to use extreme care when removing it.
on a 5.3L it is behind the starter that must be removed first
I have been having problems with finding the crankshaft sensor, what should i do or what can i do?
Under the distributor cap.
yes, under the rotor in the distributor
front of engine, behind the harmonic balancer
Knock sensor for the GMC Yukon is beneth the intake manifold mounted to the cam cover.
The cam sensor is located inside the distruberator and is held in place by two 15 torx screws. I just replaced the one in my 1997 Yukon and Auto Zone showed it on the timing cover but they were wrong It is a DR188 wells number
open your owner manual and you will find the answer.
Right on the top of the engine.
Right on the bottom of the engine just after the fan shroud. You can see it, it is visible without removing anything.