Would it be the same on a 2001 civic
In the Dist.
were is the tdc problem
On most D-series motors such as the 1.6L D16a1 and D16Z6, or the 1.5L D16b7 ect. the TDC sensor is in the Distributor and will probably need to be replaced as a unit.
Trouble code P1361 means: TDC Sensor Intermittent Interruption
tdc = top dead center? its the position of the first piston.
inside the distributor along with the crankshaft position and cylinder position sensors
its in the radio , you need to push the power really hard. to clear the codesand then start it.
Tdc sensor is located lower front of gearbox on Renault laguna diesel engine 2001 onward.
TDC Sensor (Top Dead Center)defective circuit or unplugged / defective sensor
The camshaft position sensor, also referred to as the TDC sensor, is located under the same cover as the timing belt. It is a good idea to check the condition of the timing belt and water pump if you are changing the camshaft position sensor.
The timing belt marks on a 1994 Honda Civic are found on the cam shafts. The arrows will needed to be point a TDC in order to install the belt properly.
what are the symptoms of bad tdc o2 sensor
where is the tdc sensor on a 2003 scenic 1.6
How do you change the TDC sensor on the Renault Scenic RX4
Loosen the timing belt tensioner so the belt will have some slack before removing it from a 1985 Honda Civic. Remove the old belt. Install the new belt and make sure the engine is TDC.
Tdc sensor is the top dead center sensor ( cam position sensor) , causes the car to enter in "limp mode". Very annoying
Trouble code P1362 means: TDC Sensor No Signal
P1362 = No Signal In TDC 1 Sensor Circuit See: http://www.obd-codes.com/trouble_codes/honda/
The Crankshaft Position sensor is located inside your distributor. They do not sell this piece separate from the distributor. It is possible to go to a pick-a-part and remove the distributor housing that contains a CYP, CKP, and TDC sensor and replace yours with this one. Just make sure to put a warranty on it if possible.
The coolant temperature sensor in a Renault Megane Scenic is located on the right hand side of the engine as you are looking at it. It is located just above the TDC sensor.
#1 piston should be at TDC and both valves closed (compression stroke)
This happened to me. Turns out my Top Dead Center (TDC) sensor was bad. Yours is too. This sensor in located behind the timing chain cover on my 2001 civic. You have to take the cover off to get to it. Honda dealer wanted $360 in labor to change the sensor. Because it was in the same the location Honda would have changed my timing chain for no extra labor charge. So I went to the Honda dealer and got the sensor ($56) and went to the auto parts store and got a timing chain, water pump, and new belts. Local mechanic changed all these parts for $160 in labor (others wanted $230). $130 for the sensor and timing chain and $30 more for the pump. I probably could have hacked that timing chain cover off myself but that is what thought would happen. A hack job. And it was time for a new chain anyway. 92 plus degrees outside and the civic is running fine. Praise Jesus from whom all blessing come.
renault magene coupe..2ltr sensor 8200156362
at the back