The crank angle sensor is located in the distributor.only in the 94 and 95 Honda accord.
where is the crank sensor for 1994 toyota corolla 1.6 ltr
it is located on the drivers side at the the crank behind the covers
How can you tell if a crank sensor has gone bad on a 1994 Nissan altima
where is the crank positioning sensor on a 1996 newyorker van
It doesn't have a crank sensor. It still has a fully functional distributor.
the crank shaft position sensor should be behind A/C compressor.
The crank position sensor is on the front of the engine. It is behind the crank pulley on the left side.
On a 94 Turbo DSM there is no crank angle sensor. The Cam Angle Sensor(CAS)serves the function of both a crank and cam sensor, and it's located on the passenger side of the valve cover at the end of the intake camshaft, you can't miss it.
Not sure about the 1994 but the 1997 3.0L crank sensor is reached from underneath on the passenger side. It 's bolted into the block (of course) just above the cv axle on the passenger side and just above the catalytic converter. You will need an 8mm socket or wrench.
It has both.
Hi, I know there is one temperature sensor located right near the thermostat, which one or what exactly are you looking for? Steve H.
That truck still has a distributor, it doesn't have a crank position sensor.
It is located on top of the transmission next to where is mounts up with the motor
The map sensor is mounted on the firewall (in the middle just below the windshield area).
The ignition module uses the crank sensor to decide when to spark.
its locted by the crank pulley the ower pully on the car
On a 4.0 V-6 the crank position sensor is in a fixed location and cannot come in contact with the crank if it is installed correctly.
there are 2 crankshaft sensors on that engine. one is located in the back of the engine, the other is near the crankshaft pulley.
under the crank pulley, right side of car under front of engine
There is no cam sensor on this particular engine. Only a crank sensor mounted behind the harmonic balancer.