Look down the right hand side of the engine on top of the gearbox and you'll find a sensor held in place with a metal bracket and two 10mm bolts.
crank sensor is located at the top of the transmission bell housing,two hex bolts that hold the crank sensor in place.
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The position sensor is at the bottom/back of the engine, where it joins the gearbox. It is held in place by one bolt and connects via a multi plug. It gets its information from markings on the flywheel and this is sent to the ECU to monitor engine timing.
The crankshaft position sensor must be behind the timing belt cover next to the crankshaft and behind the crankshaft pulley. The camshaft position sensor is again under the timing belt cover next to the camshaft and behind and the camshaft pulley. Is it the same place in 2000 Camry 4Cyl? Do you have pictures of the location? Hard or easy to replace, and what tools do I need? Thanks alot
rear of engine block, drivers side, midway between top and bottom of block, one 10mm bolt holds it in place
The first place I would look would be the crankshaft position sensor
To change the crankshaft position sensor of the 1999 Tahoe, you must first disconnect the negative battery ground cable to avoid accidents. Then, remove the wire harness from the sensor, disconnect the wires, and pry out the bolt. Place the new sensor in the same area, replace the bolts, and reconnect the wires. Test the sensor to see if it is working.
The Crankshaft Position sensor is mounted on the bottom right side of the crankshaft pulley, mounted on the timing chain cover. Only 2 bolts hold it in place and has a 4 wire connector plugged into the sensor. Hope this helps
I don't think that year has one. But if it does then it will be in the passenger side of the timing cover on the front of the engine right behind the harmonic balancer. 1 bolt holds it in place.
The crank position sensor is located on the bottom left hand side of the engine (when seated in the driver's seat). It is secured in place by two (2) 10mm screws above and to the right of the crank shaft main pulley.
In older cars that used a distributor, the distributor shaft was connected to the camshaft. The camshaft was connected to the crankshaft. So as they all turned, the spark would fire in direct correlation to the crankshaft. Once they eliminated the distributor, the computer needed a way to determine when to fire the spark. So they place a sensor near the end of the crankshaft and it reports the crankshaft position to the computer. So the computer can know when to fire the spark for each cylinder.
The camshaft position sensor is on top of the engine. It is on top of a shaft in the same place that older rangers had a distributor.
The sensor is located at the lower center of the engine block back side. Has a plug with two wires that attaches to the sensor. One 8mm bolt holding the sensor on place. You will have to be under the vehicle to see the sensor location on the rear of the engine.
Slide in under the front of the engine and look at the left bottom side of the timing cover and you will see the sensor. it is bolted in place with 1 10mm bolt.
In the 2002 Dodge caravan with a 3.3 liter engine where the 8th digit of the vin is a 3 the crankshaft position sensor is located on the top right side of the transmission bellhousing. If you are looking into the engine compartment on the Driver's side place your head directly to the right of the ignition coils and look down at the bellhousing of the transmission. You will see the sensor there though it is slightly hidden by the exhaust crossover pipe.
The camshaft position sensor for a Mercury Mystique is located on top of the motor. It is bolted in the same place where older versions of the engine had a distributor.
Ours was an '87 2.8L V6 and it was located on the intake. The knock sensor on a 2.8L V6 is on the lower side of the engine block on the firewall side. It has a pipe thread and screws into the block. The crankshaft position sensor is nearby, it is held in place by a single bolt.
Unplug it, Then take the bolt out that holds it in place. Then install the new one. No big deal. You can find it behind the driver's side head where the transmission bolts to the engine. It is hard to see.
Locate the crank sensor behind the vibration damper (crankshaft pulley). Unplug the wire harness connected to it. Remove the small bolt holding the sensor in place. Remove the sensor.
Take plastic engine cover off, which is on top of engine. You will find 4 Allen screws holding the cover in place. The cover is mounted on top of the valve covers. Camshaft position sensor is located to the left of the engine...(looking at engine) you will see two cam gears, sensor is located between the gears. Good luck!
NO. The 76 engine has NO place to put a crankshaft sensor. Therefore it won't run.
The crankshaft is the part of the ignition system that watches engine speed. To remove the sensor, pull the battery cable with slip joint pliers, lift the front of the car with a floor jack and chock the back tires, find the crankshaft sensor and unplug the electrical connector, clean around the area and unscrew the sensor mounting bolt. To install, make sure the new sensor has an O-ring seal and set the sensor in place, start the bolt by hand and finish tightening with a wrench (careful not to over tighten), plug the electrical connector and install any parts you had to remove. Lower the vehicle and remove the chocks.
Unplug the electrical connection at the sensor. Remove the small bolt and retainer holding the sensor in place. Remove the sensor.
There is a throttle position sensor mounted to the throttle body. That's the place where the air intake valve sits near the top of the engine. Look for the throttle butterfly valve; on the end of the butterfly valve shaft should be a little sensor with wires connected; that's the throttle position sensor.