If you have thick or short arms, get someone else to do the job.
This might be the exception, but mostlight trucks with automatic transmission have a crank sensor near the top of the bell housing just to the drivers side of centerline. Unplug the connector from underhood, passenger side (if you can see it) then from underneath the truck remove the 7/16th head bolt from the sensor. You may need a swivel and very long extension to remove this bolt. You may also need to remove the shifter linkage if this vehicle has an automatic transmission; don't forget to set the parking brake.
Once the bolt is removed, you should be able to give the sensor a short twist like a spark plug wire boot, then pull it out.
On the other hand, we might be talking about a 'logical' crank sensor that exists only in PCM software and is created based on cam sensor data from the pickup in the distributor. Either way, really. Can I have another beer now?
The flex plate is the flywheel. It is between the crankshaft and torque converter. The crankshaft position sensor is located behind the passenger side cylinder head, through the top of the transmission case.
The crankshaft sensor is located in the engine on a Chevy 1500 truck. This is under the hood.
Where is the crankshaft sensor located on a Chevy 1500 sil. turbo diesel truck?
Generally in the distributor cap base
That year did not use are even have a crankshaft sensor.
The sensor is down on the front of the oil pan just behind the crankshaft pully, which is located at the front of the engine.
Crankshaft Position Sensor1995 Nissan/Datsun Truck Pickup 2WD 2.4L SFI 4cylThe Crankshaft Position Sensor is located:Under hood, driver side, upper engine area, mounted in rear driver side of engine block
It doesn't have one.
It is behind the starter, You will have to remove starter to service it,
Up in the front of the engine where the timing cover is on the right side of it this will be the cam sensor it does not have a crank sensor.
Top of the bell housing, pass side, under the transmission dipstick tube.
The speedometer signal comes form the abs sensor on top of the rear axle.
On the 98 u have two oxygen sensors an upstream and a downstream. The upstream oxygen sensor is located closer to the front of the truck by the transmission. The downstream oxygen sensor is located on down torwards the back of the truck along the side of the frame.
i have a 92 Dakota and the sensor was behind the engine closer to the passenger's side, if you want to get that becauseyour truck is stalling you should also consider buyin a computer, because i tried a bunch of stuff, and the computerwas the source of the problem
The sensors that usually go bad in a Dodge truck are the throttle position sensor, the oxygen sensor, engine light sensor and crank sensor. These malfunctions can be fixed on any Dodge dealership.
Assuming this is the 4.3L engine, the crank sensor is located in the front of the engine, close to the vibration damper on the passenger side. It is best accessed from underneath the front of the truck.
It is between the alternator and the AC pump in the intake manifold.
on my 4x4 it is on top of the rear diff into the housing..
next to the thermostat housing.
the cam sensor on the 4.7 liter engine is under the front of the passenger side head
the sensor on 96 V10 motor is in front on top behind air con
It doesn't have a mass air flow sensor.
on the top of the truck
That truck does not have a maf sensor.
It doesn't have an oxygen sensor.