Need to know what size engine it has.
What is the crank tork and rod tork on a 1996 Geo Tracker 1.6 Engine Block number G16A What foot pounds do they tork to??
Does the LSS have a 3.8L engine? If so, the crank sensor is behind the crank pulley/harmonic damper.
Ford rated the engine at 240 HP at the crank @ 4000 RPM.
The crank sensor sends a signal to control the spark timing to the engine. If the sensor goes bad the engine may run rough or not run at all.
where is the crank sensor located at on a 1996 cutlass ciera wit a 3.1 engine
Crank sensor failure. It is located on the front of the engine, points down to the crank pulley.
The PCM (engine computer) provides the power.
The crankshaft sensor is mounted to either the front side or the back side of the engine block depending on engine type
It is in the passenger side of the bell housing, just behind the engine.
Crank the engine without pressing accelerator.
They were used on the 1992 - 1996;Engine: 5SFEChassis: SXV10
It is on the passenger side of the timing cover that is on the front of the engine.
It is located on the lower bottom left side of the engine near the crankshaft.
The most common would be engine cranks but does not start.
1996 camray does not crank at all
my van will crank, but won't start, had spark plugs change
under the coil pack rr of engine block
Most likely the engine will work with some irritation and vibration.
It is mounted to the passenger side of the transmission bell housing, just behind the engine.
The crank shaft sensor is located on front of block above the harmonic balance wheel (bottom pulley on front of engine). This is easiest to get at from underneath the vehicle.
It is located on the distributor under the cap and rotor Crank sensor should be on the front bottom of engine by the crank pulley
the crank sensor is located in the transmission bellhousing on the lower passenger side where the trans bolts to the engine almost right above the right axle shaft.
I think your looking at 5 quarts there bud. ;)
The crankshaft rotates at the bottom of the engine block ( inside / above the oil pan )