It is on top drivers side just right of the exhaust manifold. It has one bolt and a cannon plug that has a clip that has to be removed before you can take it off
there is no timing belt sensor, only camshaft position sensors and crankshaft position sensor.
do you need to take off the timing belt to replace a camshaft position sensor on a 2006 kia sorento
A camshaft position sensor detects which cylinder is firing and establishes the coil firing sequence. In a Kia Sedona, it is located at the end of the intake camshaft.
crankshshaft and camshaft position sensors are on the right rear driver side of the engine
I changed only the camshaft position sensor on my 2000 Kia Sportage. So I don't think so.
TOP OF ENGINE JUST TO PASSENGER SIDE OF CENTRE. THE CAMSHAFT LOCATION SENSOR IS ALSO AT THE SAME LOCATION.
under upper timing belt cover, driver side 3.5 eng
Cam shaft position sensor is on a rear of cylinder head -- you will see one of two cams protruding farther to the back than the other. The "blob" on its end is the cam shaft position sensor. Tightening torque for mounting bolts: 19 - 25 lb-in (1.9 - 2.6 N·m)
IAm looking for the answer for this one need help finding sesor the cam shaft sensor is on the back of the motor at the fire wall
ON THE THROTTLE BODY, BULK HEAD SIDE.
A bad crankshaft position sensor will cause your Kia Sorrento to run rough. The bad crankshaft position sensor can also cause your Kia to not start.
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It could be a bad crankshaft sensor or a bad camshaft sensor.
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It is located under the Upper Timing Belt Cover on the passenger side of the of the engine. You will see a wire running through the upper cover, this leads to the Camshaft Position Sensor. Another wire runs through the lower cover and this leads to the Crankshaft Position Sensor. Just remove the upper cover and with a flashlight you will see it bolted (2 bolts) next to the Camshaft Pulley.
Contact your local Kia dealer the Sensor was a recalled item. Contact your local Kia dealer the Sensor was a recalled item.
no you do not need to, but if you are rebuilding the engine i would.
we dont know
The crank position sensor is mounted on transmission bell housing in the front.
it is mounted at right rear of engine, it has been a long time sicnes i have had to replace one of those,if my memory is right ,2 small bolts hold it into the head.
there is no " timing belt " sensor, but there are 2 sensors that control the timing. One is the crankshaft sensor and the other one is the camshaft sensor.