in the trans
It does not have a crank sensor, it only has the "pick up" plate in the distributor.
Dodge Intrepid was created in 1993.
top of bellhousing
Throttle position sensor
O,YEA AND I FORGOT TO MENTION IT IS A 1993 DODGE INTREPID...
The crank position sensor on a 1993-1997 intrepid with the 3.5 liter is located on the passenger side of the transmission bell housing ( top ) breeze to change and usally fixes the cold starting issue with these automobiles ( usally ) for $40 or less it is worth a try!!!!!
I don't know what that problem is but if you find out what the problem is could you email me at email@example.com and let me know!! I have the same problem with my 1994 3.3l intrepid! I have a 1993 3.3l intrepid that's doing the exact same thing. I've had the crank sensor changed out, the cam sensor changed, checked all fuses and it's still doing it
It may be part of the distributor. Slightly older (1990) model colts have the crank angle sensor and top dead sensor in the distribuor.
Dodge does not use inertia/reset switches.
It is behind the crank pully!
About 18 gallons
The 1993 Dodge Intrepid had two OEM tire sizes. The factory fitments for this vehicle were the P205/70/15 and P225/60/16 sizes.
The curb weight of the Dodge Intrepid in 3,318 pounds of 1,505 kilograms. It was produced for model years 1993 until 1997.
trying to replace crank position sensor but i have no ideal where to look it is 1993 infinity G20 could you help me find this sensor
Transmission is in limp mode and most likely it is the input or output sensor or a wiring problem to one of them.
It turned out to be the crank shaft sensor. had dodge install it and car runs and starts great now.
yes gap it at .50 with brass gauge.
Inside the distributor.Inside the distributor.
When changing out the spark plugs of a car, maintaining the gap is important to help the car run correctly. For a 1993 Dodge Intrepid the spark plug gap is 0.04 millimeters.
The 3.5 SOHC engine found in a 1993 Dodge Intrepid puts out 214hp and 221ft/lb of torque to the crankshaft.
could be the crank sensor, the go out. the have a reputation for that.
Top passenger side of the bell housing. Look behind the passenger side cylinder head.
It is called a 42LE or an A606