Where is the crank position sensor located on a 1999 Ford Taurus?
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i have a 95 ranger with the 2.3L The sensor is located behind the harmonic balancer. It has three grooves in it that slide on unique spaced rings. The timing belt cover will have to be removed from the front in order to access the harness as it enters from the rear of the cover. It becomes visibl…e once the harmonic balancer (or its belt retaining ring ) is removed. To service it you will have to remove the large bolt in the center that holds the balancer on. Then slide the balancer off and you can loosen the two screws holding it on. There is also a wire tie holding the harness down so that it does not rub any moving parts. Be sure to replace this when reassembling. There is an alignment tool made by OTC ( part number 6466 ) that you will need to use to position a new or replacement sensor. Place the engine at top dead center while on the compression stroke and place the little plastic tool on the locating blocks and exciter ring(s) of the harmonic balancer. At that point you can place the sensor and tighten down the screws that hold the sensor on. ( Full Answer )
Not sure about the 1994 but the 1997 3.0L crank sensor is reached from underneath on the passenger side. It 's bolted into the block (of course) just above the cv axle on the passenger side and just above the catalytic converter. You will need an 8mm socket or wrench.
Answer . \nCPS is located next to the flywheel left(passenger) side looking from the from front.
Answer . \nit"s located in the air intake duct.it"s the big hose going to the trottle body and the air filter. good luck!
Answer . \nAt the top of the output shaft housing on the passenger's side of the transmission. If you reach down behind the back of the engine on the passeger's side, down to the transmission housing, you will probably put your hand right on it. It will be covered by a cardboard and foil protect…ive cover. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nthe knock sensor is located toward the front of the engine block and it"s only used on ohc v6 engines. good luck!
Answer . \nif its a 4v it under the valve cover. if its a 2v it is on top of the half distributor at the rear of the engine under the throttle body.
Answer . \nIf this is a 3.0 (12 valve, non flex fuel) engine, there is no crank sensor. All CID info comes off the distributer, and the ignition system. If this is a flex fuel(not common) it is located on the RH front side of the engine. If this is a 3.0 SHO Yamaha engine, it is located on the l…ower RH rear of the engine.. Answer . \nIf this is a 3.0 (12 valve, non flex fuel) engine, there is no crank sensor. All CID info comes off the distributer, and the ignition system. If this is a flex fuel(not common) it is located on the RH front side of the engine. If this is a 3.0 SHO Yamaha engine, it is located on the lower RH rear of the engine. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nIf you are talking about a 3.0 (12 valve), it is on the camshaft position synchronizer at the rear of the engine under the engine control wiring harness, below the thermostat housing area. If you are talking about a 3.0 (24 valve), it bolts to the front of the timing cover with an 8mm… bolt. ( Full Answer )
Position senor. If you have an inline 6 cyl the position sensor should located on the upper left side [drivers side]of the bell housing.It has two wires and is secured by two 7/16 bolts. And a pain in the butt to get to without having the jeep on a lift. make sure when reinstalling the sensor th…at the wires are not coming into contact with your exaust manifold or the exaust pipes. they will get hot and melt down to the wire and ground out causing the sensor to fail. My Personal Experience For Grand Cherokee Jeep Limited 1999/2000, the CKP sensor is located on the right side (driver side) at the end of the engine block when you open the hood and facing the engine block..the sensor sits on the bell housing..It has its cable connector end pulled all the way to the left side of the engine block and connected there, so you may have to first locate and grab that connector cable end, near the oil filter at that left side at the end of the engine block , and then you feel and trace the connector cable all the way through the back of the engine block back to the CKP sensor on the right end side of the engine block in order to easily locate the sensor. whew! Now, I have to warn you that its very difficult to replace the CKP sensor no matter what anyone tells you.. because you will have to lift the car axle up and get underneath the car to have some access to the sensor..even with that.. you will need foot long screwdrivers, 1/8 wrench , handy light for illumination and all kinds of difficulties in avoiding mutliple cables along the way in order to get to the sensor and unscrew it out..and that's not all.. its very difficult to put a new one back in too once you remove the sensor!..you may have to glue bolts/screws to your wrench and screwdrivers to make a fix back..they keep falling off due to odd angle of access to where you need to screw them in....I tried to do it..It was very difficult.. My suggestion, don't spend your valuable time trying to do this replacement part..just order online your CKP sensor ($55) and get a freelance mechanic to fix it for you..labor cost is around $70 and it only takes about 45mins for a good professional to replace the sensor.. much easier and faster that way. ( Full Answer )
NOTES Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0340 - Camshaft Position Sensor Your cam position sensor or the wiring leading to it has gone bad. It will cause occasional rough running and hard starting until it is replaced. If you live in a county that does emissions testing, your car WILL FAIL unless …it is fixed. Answer If you have a 3.0 12 valve engine is is located at the rear of the engine block, under the throttle body area. If you have a 3.0 DOHC 24 valve, it is located on the timing cover, held in with a 8mm bolt. Answer The cam sensor is on the drivers side, on the intake manifold a few inches down from the intake air hose ,back of engine, it is in there sort of tight, I am still trying to figure the best way to take it out. Answer What engine? On a Ford 3.8L Engine, the cam position sensor is on the right side of the engine, in the front, near the A/C compressor, it is above the crankshaft position sensor, and since they have the same connector, don't mix them up, the cam is above the crank, on the 4.6L engine, the cam sensor is on the left side, under the power steering fluid reservoir. Answer If it's the 3.0 OHV engine it's located on the driver side of the engine between the throttle-body and spark distributor back under a wire bundle. It's located where the mechanical distributor used to be. Answer What engine? On a Ford 3.8L Engine, the cam position sensor is on the right side of the engine, in the front, near the A/C compressor, it is above the crankshaft position sensor, and since they have the same connector, don't mix them up, the cam is above the crank, on the 4.6L engine, the cam sensor is on the left side, under the power steering fluid reservoir. The Cam position sensor on my 97 Ford Aerostar 3.0 replaced the distributor Is mounted on top at back of motor sits atop of the lower half of distributor/oil shaft mount .Check there. Found out it's called a camshaft synchronizer that it's mounted on. Answer If you have a 3.0, 12 valve engine, it is buried under an engine wiring harness, at the rear of the engine, close to the throttle body, near the top of the transmission bellhousing, on top of the CAM synchronizer, held on with two 7/32 screws. If you have a 3.0 DOHC 24 valve, it is located in the timing cover, held on with one 8mm bolt. Answer which 3.0 do you have? The 3.0 12 valve, (VIN code U-8th digit), or the 3.0 DOHC 24 valve(VIN code S)? Answer My Fault I should clarify that answer, (I just found the thing myself) it's on the driver's side under the wire harness that runs under the intake (beside the spark plug wire holder). The thing bends a piece of metal that's suppose to revolve around the magnet of the sensor. Answer If you are talking about a 3.0 (12 valve), it is on the camshaft position synchronizer at the rear of the engine under the engine control wiring harness, below the thermostat housing area. If you are talking about a 3.0 (24 valve), it bolts to the front of the timing cover with an 8mm bolt. Replacing the Sensor 1. Disconnect the negative battery cable...just like on every other installation 2. Detach the CMP sensor connector next. 3. Remove the CMP sensor retaining bolt and remove the CMP sensor Now to install: 1. Clean the CMP sensor surface and ensure that the O-Ring is in place. 2. Position the CMP sensor into the engine and tighten the retaining bolt to 71-106 inch lbs. 3. Attach the CMP sensor connector 4.Connect the negative battery cable. Answer the sensor is a little black connector and box right next to the crank shaft if you are standing on the passenger side of the car look straight down to the bottom pulley you will see the plug with a wire on the left side Answer It is located on the right hand side of the engine (you standing at the front of the car) under the wiring harness going up into the engine to the left of the throttle cable. Real pain to get at and replace but can be done with no special tools. 7/32 in. wrench is the only way to get at it. I am in the process of changing mine now. You have to remove part of the throttle assembly and unplug some things to be able to move the wiring harness enough to get to the bolts. It's not really to bad though I fear I might need to replace the entire assembly requiring me to remove the intake and entire throttle assembly. My 02 Taurus SE runs fine but squeaks from the assembly. Hopefully your Taurus only needs the sensor. S Answer The cam sensor is on the drivers side, on the intake manifold a few inches down from the intake air hose ,back of engine, it is in there sort of tight, I am still trying to figure the best way to take it out. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nwhich sensor are you referrin to? There are sensors all over that transmission. There are some on the outside of the case, and there are some inside the tranny as well. There are two speed sensors, one is called a VSS located on the output shaft housing on the passenger's side, and th…ere is an OSS located on the housing of the transmaiision on the driver's side. Ther is also a PRNDL position sensor, called a MLP (manual lever position) sensor located on the driver's side top of the case at the end of the shift cable. That is three of the most common sensors asked about. There are more. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \ncrank sensor should be next to front main pulley, cam should be mounted to one of the heads...:)\n. \na manual will help with diagnosis and repair, and a shop manual should be available at the local library in the reference section, make copies of the right pages, good luck...:)
The crankshaft position sensor is on the right side of the engine just to the rear of the right hand exhaust manifold, the sensor is attached to the block with two bolts, part of the sensor overhangs the transmission bell housing. Look at the bell housing and start going up, you will see the sensor …almost inline with the right exhaust manifold. It has a gromment that overhangs the transmissions bell housing. Use a flashlight from below and you will see it. ( Full Answer )
Answer . It is located on the right hand side of the engine (you standing at the front of the car) under the wiring harness going up into the engine to the left of the throttle cable. Real pain to get at and replace but can be done with no special tools. 7/32 in. wrench is the only way to get at… it. ( Full Answer )
passenger side on the transmission, hard to see !YES! after hours of looking and reading these comments I "Finally" found it. I removed the ERG valve in order to get my short arms down in there. That is the hardest part; getting to it. It came off easy. >BUT now; I have the wrong replacement:(.. An…d threw away my receit. You have to look and work on the rightside of the engine. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nsensor is found on front of engine block above the harmonic balance wheel
it is below the valve cover.Take off the valve cover and it should be the cam shaft closer to you.If you are trying to retime engine you will need a special bar like tool to time it.This bar fits in the grooves at the end of the two camshafts on the drivers side.
if it has a distributor, its in the distributor, if no distributor its at the front of the engine by the crankshaft damper
Answer Depending on which engine you have, the DPFE is usually mounted to the upper intake manifold. It's a rectangular box. On the 24 valve engine, it's tucked away under the passenger side of the manifold. You will have to remove the cowling near the cabin air filter to get access to it.
On a 4.6 litre V8 the sensor is locted on Front left lower side bythe harmonic balancer. The A/C compressor will block your view fronthe top. If you look from underneath you will see the sensor. Ifyou replace the sensor you will have to move the A/C compressor.
It might use ign. coil#1 or ign. coil #6 as a crank sensor, whichever is visibly slightly different from the other coils. If coil is suspect, replace coil and all 6 plugs.
If its the same as a 97 it is right on top of the engine near the radiator hose that goes into the radiator. You are wrong, on the 97 that is the CAMSHAFT position sensor on top next to the radiator hose the CRANKSHAFT position sensor is under the car, back of the motor, on the bell housing.
The 1999 Chevrolet Alamo crank shaft position sensor is located onthe back of the engine. You will need to remove the rear enginecover in order to access the crank position sensor.
The crank position sensor on a 2001 Ford Windstar van is located onthe bottom of the engine. It constantly monitors the engine'scrankshaft and reports information to the computer.
For the manual transmission is located on the upper left (driver) side of the transmission where the transmission bolts to the engine. It reads the flywheel. The mounting screw also holds down a metal cover for the sensor. I was able to reach it from under the car when the transmission was lowered.
According to my Chilton repair manual , the crankshaft position sensor is used to. determine crankshaft position and crankshaft RPM
Answer: . It appears that the Ford Aerostar with 3.0 engine does not have a crank position sensor, but the 4.0 engine does have one.
\nthe bottom of the engine, near the lowest pulley with the serpentine belt wrapped around it. on your routing diagram, that pulley will be marked "Crank"\njust behind this pulley there is a gear that looks like it's missing a tooth.\nlook for something that either partially covers or is near that g…ear, that has a wire going to it, that's your crank position sensor.\n. \n. \nautozone.com has excellent diagrams for it's location. ( Full Answer )
the crank position sensor sends info to the ecu for position of the crankshaft in order to fire the correct amount of fuel and when to send the spark to the sparking pulg.the engine will not start.you can find the sensor mid engine near the crank.
hi you dont say which engine you have but on the 2.0 tdci fwd the location is at rear of the engine only viewed from underneath nearly at the top of gearbox bellhousing whereit bolts to the engine block you,ll see the wire going to it and the 8mm socket sized retaining bolt you,ll be able to reach a…t arms length bit awkward but can be done hope this has helped regards aspro ( Full Answer )
The speed sensor on a 1999 Taurus is on top of the transmission. Itis located directly under the number 2 cylinder.
Laying under the front of the engine, It will be in the left bottom side of the timing cover behind the harmonic balancer.
It is located directly below the distributor. It is on the transmission bellhousing on the firewall side. It is hard to see without some stuff moved out of the way.
It is on the left side of the timing cover behind the harmonic balancer, when you slide up under the front of the truck.
It's in front of the engine passenger side all the way down behind the a/c compressor.
The crank sensor is located at the front of the engine (right side of the car) mounted slightly to the right of the belt pulleys. It sits just above the crankshaft. It is approximately 2 - 3/4 inches long and has two small cap screws, one on either side. Both can be accessed from the top without pul…ling the right front wheel. Tools needed: 1/4 drive rachet and a 9/32 inch - 1/4 drive socket or 1/4 drive - 7 mm socket, 8 mm wrench and portable drop light. Procedure: 1. Use 8 mm wrench to disconnect positive battery terminal. 2. Press in clip on pigtail and remove connector from top of sensor 3. Remove cap screws with rachet and socket. 4. Put a drop of Loctite medium strength on both cap screws. 5. Install new sensor (be careful to seat guide ring on back of top mounting hole into seat around bolt hole - when you start the cap screw it should set in place with no problem) 6. Install bottom screw and snug both. 7. Optional (use feeler gauge and check clearance between sensor tip and crank trigger. Clearance should be around .035 -.040 in.) 8. Tighten both cap screws - be careful not to overtighten. These are small bolts, easy to wring off. 9. Reconnect battery terminals. 10. Crank engine - done. Hope this helps. Jim B. Jim@business-money-source.com "Your One Stop Business Money Information Source" www.Business-money-Source.com ( Full Answer )
Here's where the crankshaft postion sensor (CKP) is located in each of the engines available for the 1995 Taurus: 3.0L regular engine: Hall Effect switch inside distributor. 3.0L DOHC SHO engine: on the front of the cylinder block just above the crankshaft. 3.0L FF engine: at 10 o'clock posi…tion of crankshaft pulley. 3.2L DOHC SHO engine: same as 3.0L SHO engine. 3.8L engine: Hall Effect switch inside distributor. ( Full Answer )
I can not find where is located the position of sensor crank of 1999 nissan sentra 2.0 ( in what point is located in the motor)
On a 1999 Ford Ranger : You don't mention the engine size but from what I have read thecamshaft position sensor for the 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine ( whichis an Over Head Valve / pushrod design engine ) Is on the top of the engine , near the centerline , at the back ofthe engine near the firewall …* apparently you can't see it until the upper intake manifold isremoved ( Full Answer )
The coolant temperature sensor is located near the thermostat housing. The sensor is gray and sits alongside of the temperature sending unit(for your gauge) which is usually brown.
It is bolted in the passenger side of the timing cover, Behind the harmonic balancer.
The physical position of the sensor is behind the water pump pulley, where you can see the the cable connection on the cover of the crankshaft and camshaft gears.
The crankshaft position sensor is at the rear of the engine where it joins with the transmission bellhousing. It is at the left (front) side, not far from the starter.
You don't mention the engine size on your 1999 Ford Ranger , but ifyou have the 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine : From what I have read , the camshaft position sensor is on the topof the engine , near the centerline , at the rear of the engine near thefirewall ( apparently you can't see it until the u…pper intake manifold isremoved ) ( Full Answer )
It goes into the bellhousing, behind the passenger side cylinder head, under the transmission dipstick tube. It goes into the bellhousing, behind the passenger side cylinder head, under the transmission dipstick tube.
In through the top of the bell housing. It is behind the trans dipstick tube, behind the passenger head In through the top of the bell housing. It is behind the trans dipstick tube, behind the passenger head
Above the bottom pulley (Harmonic Balancer) connected to the front cover (Timing cover) with 2X8mm bolts and the plug is about 150mm to the passenger side near the aircon pump. The other round one with just 1 bolt is the cam position sensor.
The crank position sensor is located by the crank shaft on a ford350 xl 5.8 liter.
There are approximately 40 fuses, mostly in an oblong box under dashbetween steering column and hood release handle. There are approximately 40 fuses, mostly in an oblong box under dash between steering column and hood release handle.