It appears that the Ford Aerostar with 3.0 engine does not have a crank position sensor, but the 4.0 engine does have one.
You need to bclear, does it crank or not crank?----for starters.
Crankshaft Sensor Location 1995 aerostar 3.0 l videos
The crank shaft sensor on a 2000 Chevy Suburban is located on the bottom of the engine, near the oil filter. It constantly monitors the crank shaft and updates the vehicle's computer of its status.
The crank sensor on a 96 Mitsubishi Mirage is located on the bottom of the engine, near the oil filter. It constantly monitors the crankshaft and updates the vehicle's computer.
Bad crank bearings . If the crank bearings are bad when the car warms up it will loose oil pressure. The reason being is there are holes in the crank where the bearings are and if the bearings have too much space between the the car will never build up enough pressure the oil will just run past the bearings and run back into the pan
The crank sensor on a 2003 Chevy Malibu is located on the bottom , right side of the engine. It is positioned near the oil filter and constantly monitors the rotation of the crankshaft.
your oil pump can be just worn to badely to pump, or can be your crank main bearings or also can be you cam bearings !
The crank position sensor on a 2001 Ford Windstar van is located on the bottom of the engine. It constantly monitors the engine's crankshaft and reports information to the computer.
for a pressure crank angle diagram you already know that 0 to theeta is compression or expansion , correspondingly you can plot a pv diagram & therefore solve it by using work done = p.v
Takes gases that accumlate in the crank chamber and vents them back into the engine for better mpgs. And keeps the pressure in the crank chamber down for vehicle preformance.
Locate and pull the fuse for the fuel pump. Crank the engine for 5-10 seconds. No more fuel pressure.
No, it has nothing to do with that.
It sounds like there is too much pressure in the crank case, causing oil fumes to be cycled through the breather. High pressure in the crank case is caused by worn cylinder bores, allowing 'blow by'.
Front cover just above the crank pulley, behind the crank sensor, 1 wire light grey plug.
I want to elaborate this hole is below the crank, the crank chamber does not hold pressure and does not hold oil. so can i put a weld patch over it and call it done?well if there is a hole in it can it really hurt to try it?
It could be low fuel pressure caused by weak fuel pump or restricted fuel filter.
Simple enough. pull the harmonice balancer, aka the crank pulley. remove the crank seal and there is the low pressure motor oil pump for the 7.3
if i remember correctly when you first crank the engine the oil pressure should be around 60psi. after it warms up about 40psi.
weak oil pump, worn crank shaft bearing, or a bad oil pressure gauge all these can be contributing factors. Best place to start is with the pressure gauge.
You can check fuel pressure by buying a fuel pressure master kit and remove the fuel line from the fuel rail with a size 17 socket and then install tool and crank.
Pressure control valve controls the crank case vacuum pressure . It's important keeps ur motor from building up to much pressure an blowing out the seals
The oil pressure switch is right below the crank shaft pulley. It has two wires connected to the bottom end of it.
you got water under the distributor cap
Crank the engine without pressing accelerator.