What about it?
Crank sensors are always located on the camshafts. The 1989 Pontiac Sunbird crank sensor is located on the head of the engine towards to end of the camshaft.
The camshaft position sensor is inside the distributor. The crankshaft position sensor is in the top of the bell housing on the driver side.
The camshaft position sensor is located behind the water pump pulley. If looking directly at the pulley, it is at about the 10 O'clock position. TechJK ---------------------
There isn't one on that engine. Only a crankshaft sensor at the back of the engine.
The 1989 Pontiac Firebird Formula map sensor is located behind the dashboard. The map sensor will be on the drivers side.
right above the oil filter
It is next to the oil filter.
The throttle position sensor is located on the throttle plate, straight across from the throttle linkage.
The Throttle Position Sensor is located on the throttle body
Inside the distributor.
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.
it should be behind the water pump pulley on the lower left side when looking at it from the side of the car.
The 1989 Pontiac trans am is a classic automobile. Yes, you can flat tow a 1989 Pontiac Trans Am.
its at back of engne just under the manifold
Blown ignition fuse? If not, maybe a broken camshaft/gear?
You can replace the ignition control module and the crankshaft position sensor as required.
on top of bellhousing, behind head, pass-side
No. The crankshaft position sensor is required for the engine to start and run. The engine computer uses it for fuel and ignition timing.
let a shop do it be cause it will has to be udjusted it will run about 60 dollars
According to my factory service manual the throttle position sensor voltage on a Chevrolet Celebrity should be between 0.5 V and 5.0 volts as it moves through its range of motion.
A 1989 5.9L Cummins does not have a cam sensor.
for 59 pounds of boost you should think of converting map to mass air flow for fuel density