its not an easy thing to find, jack your car up and support with jack stands, your going to be looking between the fire wall and the back of the motor, on the bottom right hand side above the oil pan on the block, you should see a small black rounded trinagle looking thing with a single 10mm bolt and three wires running out of it, this is your cam sensor, getting it out can be a task because of the o-ring on the inside, be carefull not to break it off. Your new sensor will come with a new wiring harness, all you need to do is cut, connect, sodder, and heat shrink, clip bolt and go, make sure you make all wire connections strong. need any more help e-mail me Actually what is being talked about here is the crankshaft position sensor. the camshaft position sensor is located under the hose going from the air filter to the trottle body. it is ubder a mess of wires bolted to the cylinder head. it is flat and square with four bolts and a connector sticking out of it. it was a pain to get my finger to but its there.
Most have a 2.0L SOHC.Most have a 2.0L SOHC.
The air intake temperature sensor can be found on the top of your manifold intake. The sensor will be right in the middle of the intake manifold.
it should but check with a salvage yard, has they have the interchange manuals and can better advise than i can
yes it dose, it has a cam sensor and a crank sensor,
look on top of the valve caver and it will have SOHC/or/DOHC. that will tell u if its either check it out.
The 94 and 95 are the same,no cam sensor.1996 and 1997 are differant in one way.The 1996 and 1997 have a cam sensor. .The 97 has a cam sensor and the 94 does not.The 1996 has a cam sensor too.
The oxygen sensor is screwed into the exhaust, behind the engine.
around the optical lens
Oxygen sensors. I had the same exact problem on my 95 neon.
It is a non serviceable part of the distributor. The distributor will need replaced if the cam sensor has failed.
I had a 95 with the same motor in it that was right around 20-25PSI at idle.
Yes the 95 motor will fit neons are the same thing from 95-99 so every thing will be ok but if you are switching from sohc to doch you mat have to change the harnes but i resently switched from a automatic to a 5 speed on my neon and the transmition was out of a 96 hope it goes good for ya
it could be the crank sensor or the ignition coil.unless you have bad plugs and wires.
25 ft lbs, 50 ft lbs, 50 ft lbs, 1/4 turn.
A failed coolant sensor, failed wiring, or a failed computer.
behind the intake manifold on the top surface of the cylinder block
The 95 S10 4.3L still uses the distributor.
crank sensor also check cam angle sensor
Yes, it attaches to the end of the throttle plate and reads it's angle.
The Cam Sensor in a 1996 GMC Sonoma is located in the distributor under the rotor cap
how to adjust a 95 dodge neon clutch? how to adjust a 95 dodge neon clutch?
you shouldn't drive a 95 neon
The 2.0 Liter SOHC and DOHC engines used in the Neon are interference engines. If the timing belt broke while driving there is about a 6 in 10 chance a valve came in contact with the piston.
if it has a 4.3 , the cam sensor is in the distributor under the rotor in the back , (not sure about crank sensor) I've been looking into the same thing. Some 4.3's have a crank sensor on the bottom of the timing chain cover, maybe around 95-96 or later. All others are controlled at the distributor.
biggest problem you might have is the head type. If the 99 head is a SOHC, and the 95 is DOHC, you will need a DOHC hood. I would try and find a newer motor if you can. There were alot of small changes that were made between 95 and 97 that would make this swap rather frustrating.Type your answer here...