It is behind the starter, Will have to remove starter to get to it.
It is behind the starter. You will have to remove the starter to service it.
That year did not use one.
It is right behind the starter and bolted into the side of the engine block. You will have to remove the starter to service it.
Same as the Tahoe behind the starter
That year did not have 1
2003 chevy tahoe knock sensor
The TSP sensor on your 2003 Chevy Tahoe is located on the back of the transmission.
Trouble code P1345 means: Camshaft To Crankshaft Position Correlation Fault
in the distributor located on top rear of motor
EGR valve, Fuel filter, Crankshaft positioning sensor. One of those, perhaps?
THE CRANK SENSOR ON A 97 5.7 IS LOCATED UNDER THE CRANKSHAFT PULLEY BETWEEN THE PULLEY AND THE OILPAN. SLIGHTLY TO DRIVERS SIDE
It's located in the distributor under the rotor.
Answerif it is a 454 or an 8.1 L it is in the bottom of the timing cover by the crank pulley. You will need a 10mm socket to remove the sensor.
AnswerThe sensor is located in the distributor on the rear of the engine. The distributor has to be pulled to be able to remove the sensor.
It is behind the starter. You will have to remove the starter to get to it.
It is on the right side of the throttle plate housing, there are 2 sensors there. It is the bottom sensor, not the top one.
The speedometer sensor on a 2003 Chevy Tahoe Z71 is located in the engine compartment. It is on the transfer case.
It is inside of the distributor under the cap and rotor. It is the only electronic item in the distributor.
NO. The 76 engine has NO place to put a crankshaft sensor. Therefore it won't run.
It is on the lower right hand side of the throttle body. There are 2 sensor on that side , it is the lower one.
It does not have a fuse,
To change the crankshaft position sensor of the 1999 Tahoe, you must first disconnect the negative battery ground cable to avoid accidents. Then, remove the wire harness from the sensor, disconnect the wires, and pry out the bolt. Place the new sensor in the same area, replace the bolts, and reconnect the wires. Test the sensor to see if it is working.
If you slide up under the front bumber and look up at the bottom pulley on the front of the engine. You will see it bolted into the left side of the timing chain cover. Behind the harmonic balancer.
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