Darren, it appears to me that it is at the BACK of the hood on the driveplate, between the motor and tranny. It's a trigger and specialized sensor relocated and indexed to mimick the stock timing wave patterns the ECU receives while the crank is turning. This doesn't trick the ECU, but mainly lets it see what it wants to see. The trigger is designed around the stock driveplate trigger system. We relocate this to the crank pulley instead of the trans and driveplate. Sounds simple, but the size, location, sensor type and voltages are the biggest pains to overcome. If the voltages are not within the specs the ECU is used to seeing, you have misfire or the car simply does not start. If the wheel is indexed wrong, the car fires when it shouldn't and won't run at all. If the trigger holes are off, the ECU thinks the car driving down the road at 2000RPM or whatever it sees when you are actually sitting in the garage at 800RPM. www.exileracing.com
The crankshaft sensor on a 2005 Dodge Stratus 2. 4 Liter is located on the bottom of the engine, near the oil filter. It constantly monitors the rotation of the crankshaft and updates the vehicle's computer on its current state.
The crank position sensor is located by the crank shaft on a ford 350 xl 5.8 liter.
crank sensor is located at the top of the transmission bell housing,two hex bolts that hold the crank sensor in place.
Assuming the battery and starter crank the engine, check for fuel and spark. You are probably missing one of those.
yes the 7.3 DI power stroke has a Crank sensor and a Cam sensor.
Chevy did not use a crank sensor on that year.
you have to jack the car up and the crank sensor is located on passanger side above the oil filter on the block its not very big i pretty sure that its a 10mm skrew there's only one on the right side disconent the wiring harnest and pull out the crank sensor i had to change two you also may want to check the harnest some time it touches the exaust manifold and they melt
The vehicle speed signal comes form the trans computer via the output speed sensor on the front of the trans.
It attaches to the timing chain cover on the front(pass side) of the engine. It is the three wire sensor above the serpentine belts.
The thermostat is under the housing where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine on a 2.4 liter Dodge Stratus.
No , the 2.4 liter 4 cylinder in a 2000 Dodge Stratus IS NOT an interference engine ( according to the Gates website , they make timing belts etc. )
The engine size in a 96 Dodge Stratus is a 2.4 liter could have a 2.0L. It should say it right on the engine.
According to the Gates website : The 2001 Dodge Stratus : 2.4 liter , 4 cylinder , timing BELT 2.7 liter , V6 , timing CHAIN 3.0 liter , V6 , timing BELT
5w30 or 10w30.
That engine does not use a distributor.
No , the DOHC engine is not an interference engine ( but the SOHC is an interference engine ) in a 2002 Dodge Stratus 2.4 liter
There wasn't a 4.7L in 1992There wasn't a 4.7L in 1992
It is on the front of the engine. It aims at the left cam sprocket through the timing cover.
The 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora 4.0 liter engine crank sensor is located on the back of the crank. You will need to remove the rear engine cover in order to view the crank sensor.
It does not have 1.
It has a belt.
The question is a little confusing.Please try to be less wordy,but more precise.Thanks
The Chevrolet Corsica 3.1 liter engine crank sensor can be found on the back of the engine. You will need to remove the rear engine cover in order to access the crank sensor.