Crank sensor is on passenger side, bottom rear of engine block just before bellhousing. Accesible BUT Removal may be difficult if it is the original - corrosion and hardening of the o-ring on the plastic sensor body freeze it in place. This is a $20 part that can cost thousands to replace! This is a job that should go to a dealer - before the car is rendered inoperable . The sensor may break off at the block. It has a magnet on the end that sits a fraction of an inch away from a steel timing wheel mounted on the crankshaft. Don't waste a lot of time trying to extract it in one piece - you cannot. I doubt that a dealer would guarantee a low flat rate price on this job - it could take 10 minutes, or ten hours. If it breaks as mine did - Now you need a tow too! Get a piece of 1/4 steel rod , hold it with a vise grip and heat it red hot with a torch. This will be like a drill. Press it into the plastic ( it melts ) as deep as you can and make a couple of holes this way. Now break up the plastic part with a punch and bent needle nose pliers so that the metal sensor is loose enough to pull out . Careful - we do not want the large magnet metal part to fall into the engine now that it can wiggle past the timing wheel on the crankshaft! Then we have to lower the oil pan to fish it out. You do not have to remove the pan unless you want to - but the clearance needed to do that requires lifting the engine. Which the dealer may charge you for if you need to tow the car in.
Crank sensor is above oil pan , rear , passenger side. Plastic part breaks easily.
Where is the speedometer sensor located in a Jeep Liberty 2002?
The crankshaft sensor on a 4.0L Jeep Grand Cherokee is mounted on the top driver side of the transmission bell housing.
It does not have a maf sensor.
The crankshaft position sensor in a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.7 liter is located left of the starter. In order to remove the crankshaft position sensor the CKP mounting bolt will have to be removed first.
You can not. The crankshaft position sensor is required to run the engine.
Check the Crankshaft position sensor
Don't know the vehicle in detail but the sensor can only be either round or next to the front crankshaft pulley or on round the flywheel, perhaps on the bell housing? the crankshaft sensor for a Jeep 2000 is located behind the starter you have to remove the starter to replace it Tommy :-)
yes same thing
The crankshaft position sensor is mounted in the transmission bellhousing at the left/rear side of the engine block
The crankshaft position sensor is on the top driver side of the transmission bell housing.
The crankshaft position sensor is on the driver side top of the transmission bell housing.
The 2004 Jeep Liberty throttle position sensor is located on top of the engine. The throttle position sensor will be near the injector fuel pump.
You take the Jeep to a certified mechanic!
the crankshaft sensor is behind the cylinder head on the top of the bell-housing (where the motor and transmission bolt together)
The crankshaft position sensor is on the top of the transmission bell housing behind the passenger side cylinder head.
The crankshaft position is on top of the transmission bell housing on the drivers side. The sensor can be replaced by unbolting and unhooking the plug.
check the crankshaft sensor
It does not have a mass air flow sensor.
It is on the front of the crankshaft, under the timing chain.
The air inlet temperature sensor on a 2004 Jeep Liberty is located on the intake tube. The intake tube is right in front of the throttle body.
The crankshaft position sensor on a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4.0 L is on the top driver side of the transmission bell housing.
It goes into the top of bell housing.
yeah it has one and hope you don't have to replace it