It's on the front of the engine below the water pump
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under the water pump.
The camshaft position sensor on a 1992 Buick Regal looks like the end of a ratchet.
The interrupter magnet is normally replaced by removing the camshaft gear as the magnet is inserted through the back side of the gear.
The P0336 fault code on 1997 Buick Lesabre is a fault in the crankshaft position sensor circuit.
it should be behind the water pump pulley on the lower left side when looking at it from the side of the car.
On the 3.1L & 3.8L engines, the CMP sensor is located on the timing cover, behind the water pump, near the camshaft sprocket.
The 2000 Buick Regal 3.8L Crankshaft Position Sensor is located behind the harmonic balancer pulley.
throttle position sensor believe it or not!
where is coolant sensor on a 97 buick lasbre
The Crankshaft Position Sensor is behind the crankshaft pulley (harmonic balancer). You will need a ½-inch drive breaker bar and appropriate socket.
It should be behind the camshaft postition Sensor in the timing box attached to the end of the CamShaft. It allows the computer to know where the cam shaft is in order to properly inject fuel to the proper valve at the proper time.
to left&just below water pump single bolt (10mm)once bolt is removed gently twist up&down as unit has rubber o-ring seal hope this helps
How can you get to the tcc sensor on a 2000 buick lesabre 3.8 and can a speed sensor trigger a code for the tcc
After consulting several sources, someone finally called a local Buick dealer who informed me that a 1990 LeSabre does NOT have a map sensor, it was the Mass Air Flow sensor that needs replacing.
throttle positioning sensor
The 1997 Buick LeSabre mass airflow sensor is located on the outside of the air intake housing. The sensor can be found on the right hand side of the air intake housing.
I would think that any car without a distributor would have a cam sensor and a crank sensor. For the computer to send the fire signal to the correct spark plug it needs to know the position of both shafts. The failure of either of these will cause the engine to die. Older cars used the distributor to do this mechanically.
Oil level sensor is on side of oil pan.
probably on dash
Yes it very well could, because a misfiring coil pack or weak coil pack can cause interruptions in the signals to both the camshaft position sensor into the crankshaft position sensor. I had this happen on my Buick LeSabre, it gave a code 18, which is Cam / crank position sensor error okay. I replaced all three coil packs, and it went away and never came back. If you look at the diagram for the wiring of your ignition control module, you'll see that the coil packs, ignition control module, and camshaft and crankshaft position sensors are all interconnected.
the sensor is located behind the pulley for the water pump has one single 8mm bolt in it u need to remove pulley to get at it
its behind the harmonic balancer attached by two bolts but you must first take off the balancer to get to it
Sensor is likely bad
The 1990 Buick LeSabre oxygen sensor is located on the outside of the air cleaner housing. The oxygen sensor will be on the back side of the housing.