Hey Kevin==It depends on your engine but I think it is on the fromt by the balancer. GoodluckJoe the crank sensor is on the back of the block above the starter motor It has a green 2-wire connector to it.
The 92 tempo doesn't have a crankshaft sensor. However the multi-port fuel injected models do have a Camshaft Position Sensor located near the distributor.
the cam angle sensor is the crank angle sensor it preforms both jobs
You put a new crank sensor in your 92 buick and now its like its out of time?
It is located behind the harmonic balancer, also called the vibration dampener.
probably crank sensor, they are famous for that
Where is the LAF sensor located on a 92 honda civic?
The "crank" sensor is the pickup plate under the distributor cap.The "crank" sensor is the pickup plate under the distributor cap.
No this will not work. Crank shafts are different
No it will not start need to change the cam sensor & crank sensor!
I have a 92 lumina with a 3.1 and I found the crank sensor to be located on the passenger side of the engine in the back of the engine NOT on the side of the engine below the knock sensor. Hello, in my experience, all O2 sensors are located in the exhaust just after the manifold. It appears easy enough to change. If it is the crank position sensor you are looking for, take a look around the main pulley at the bottom of the engine, you may see a square-ish component located close to the actual pulley wheel, this would be the crank position sensor, it should have wires connected to it.
The crank sensor is located on the back engine wall in the middle, just under the two coil packs (from where the spark plug wires come). There is a wire harness from the crank sensor to the module which holds the two coil pack. The crank sensor is held into the engine by a single bolt. To see all of this, you have to go under the car. I am having an intermittent no start problem with my 93 Cavalier (it cranks, but no spark at all) and I think the crank sensor is my problem.
Saturn engine interchangibility.yes, by all means you can, the only thing is ..you have to match the ignition modules to the crankshaft. i.e. use a 93 module for the 93 crank and a 91-92 module for a 91-92 crank. there is a timing difference built in to the module for the crankshaft notches. that's about it. everything else will work.
There is only one oxygen sensor on '92 Saturns and it is located on the exhaust manifold right under the hood.
it could possibly be a bad coil, crank shaft sensor, or cam shaft sensor.
The MAP sensor is located on intake manifold.
where is crank sensor on a 92 hyundia scoupe
If you mean won't start, check the cam and or crank sensor. If it won't actually crank then something is broke inside or just seized.
the crank sensor is located in the back of the motor just above the trans IF YOU STILL CAN'T FIND IT JUST FELLOW THE THE PLUG WITH THE THREE WIRES ON YOUR MODULE YOU WILL SEE IT RUN ON THE PASSENGER SIDE TO THE BACK OF THE MOTOR OF COURSE YOU HAVE TO GO UNDER......
I have a 92 beretta with a 3.1 litre engine. Just changed crank sensor. Didn't know there were two of them. As far as I know there is only one. It's located on the rear of the engine. Bout a inch above the oil pan. Extremely hard to see.
The air intake sensor is located in the air tube connecting to the air cleaner box. The tube runs driver's side to passenger's side at radiator location and is on the bottom side of the tube. Make a note.....the coolant temperature sensor and air intake sensor are the same.
There are many sensors in that vehicle. We need to know which sensor.
The 1992 Chevy 3500 temperature sensor is located on the front of the engine. The temperature sensor will be in the vicinity of the thermostat housing.
Check the exhaust manifold.
mine did that and i replaced the crank shaft sensor,problem was fixed
Could be your crank sensor. These are very common to fail on these cars.