Looking at the engine from the front of the car, the camshaft position sensor is located on the left side of the rear head. If you remove the coolant overflow container, you will be able to find it very easily. You will need a 10mm wrench or socket to remove the set bolt, then with a flat screw driver you can very gently pry it out. Just pop the new one in and tighten the bolt. Be careful when attaching the plug.
on the front of the oil pan the dumbest place i think
The correct answer to your question is the coolant sensor is mounted on the radiator, behind the battery. If you have a temperature guage you can simply up plug the sensor connection.
Try replacing the plugs and wires
Squeeze the locks on the sides of the plug.
The firing order for an Olds Intrigue is 1-6-5-4-3-2. The number one cylinder is on the drivers side, closest to the firewall.
Do you mean the CO2 sensor? It is in the exhaust manifold where the pipes come together. The sensor looks like a spark plug with one wire coming out of it.
Raise the vehicle and locate the speed sensor. Remove the electrical plug. Turn the speed sensor counterclockwise and remove it. Install the new speed sensor.
Remove one end of each wire from the distributer cap (remember the order), and the other end of each wire from it's corresponding spark plug.
Hi the IAT Sensor is on the air filter hose, it is build in the Flow Mass Sensor ,it is a plug with 6 wires.
The most likely cause is either a bad spark plug or spark plug wire. Replace those two things and see if the problem persists.
on your exhaust, its a spark plug looking thing
I just replaced mine. A real pain because its hard to get to. its on the drivers side toward the back and down low. Look back toward the wind sheild, back side of the engine and down low. you will see the 2 wire plug. Hope that helps.
If your at the front of the car looking at the engine the drain plug is located on the lower right side of the radiator on the side facing the engine. The plug is a white plastic wing nut like screw. Just as a warning it is a huge pain to loosen the plug because it's awkward location doesn't allow your hand to torque the screw much.
the sun visor has a plug in wire attached to it for the mirror light so be careful how far you pull just get a good grip and pull it out of roof you will have to replace the plastic triangle plug that holds it in the roof about 12 dollars a dealer item
No. A plug is an electrical connection device. A sensor is a measurement device.
It is located just to the left of the air intake box you will see a rectangular plug going into it
should be right around the crankshaft. Look for a plug into something around the crankshaft.
Between #3 and #5 spark plug on the drivers side.
Two wire plug, front of trans, on the far driver side.
Use a quarter drive socket handle, insert and turn a quarter turn. Do not force. Check out pix at http://99intrigue.shutterfly.com/headgasket/115. Go through the next four or so pix on that page. Of course, this is the radiator drain plug. If you cant do the oil pan plug, you might not want to be working on your car.
The coolant temperature sensor is located on the gooseneck follow the radiator hose on the top of the radiator to the engine on drivers side of car its a plug with 2 wires the sensor screws into the gooseneck
it is located just below the water pump/thermostat housing on top of the compressor is the plug in and the sensor is under the compressor
right past air filter. it's connected with wide flat plug...