where is the camshaft position sensor located on a 2001 mitsubishi eclipse v6
On you car.
The 1995 Mitsubishi Eclipse crankshaft position sensor is located on the back of the engine. The crankshaft position sensor will be near the bottom of the engine cover.
It should be next to one of the cams, is it a single cam or dual cam?
In my '97 Eclipse GST (the convertible model of your car), the Crankshaft Position Sensor, or Crankshaft Angle Sensor, is located behind the crankshaft pulley. To get to it, the Mitsubishi shop manual lists the removal of the timing belt. Not a fun job. Since the timing belt will be removed anyways, this is a good time to install a new belt. The Mitsubishi dealership also suggested replacing the timing belt tensioner when re-installing the timing belt.
The crankshaft itself will turn the opposite way to the bolt.
2000 dodge Dakota camshaft sensors location
The camshaft sensor is the same as the crankshaft sensor it is local on the passenger side of the valve cover . And going down to your crankshaft inside the timing belt cover
Crank position sensor is located next to the crankshaft. In order to replace it you might have to remove the timing belt. In the most models you just can remove remove the timing belt cover and replace the sensor.
The crankshaft position sensor is located on the front of the engine inside the timing belt cover
On a 94 Turbo DSM there is no crank angle sensor. The Cam Angle Sensor(CAS)serves the function of both a crank and cam sensor, and it's located on the passenger side of the valve cover at the end of the intake camshaft, you can't miss it.
right behind the harmonic balancer.... has 2 bolts into the motor and 3 wires that go into the motor and out of the side with the connector