Other possibilities: Out of gas, or what happened to me once >>> Faulty powertrain control module. Had a similar problem with a 1997 Mark VIII. Good fuel pressure, good spark, good timing, followed Ford's diagram to diagnose this problem. All sensors tested good, so I replaced the PCM and had it programmed to the security keys, no start. Took off the EGR exhaust tube and it started, but rough. The catytic converters were melted. They were choking the engine out.
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.
where is the crankshaft sensor location on a lincoln ls v6 2003
potential will not get to your starter.. causing your engine not to crank..
On the passenger side of the engine on the front of the engine in back of the air conditioning compressor.
try the crank/fuel sensor...
Down in back of the AC compressor passenger side of the engine.
Not only would the safety switch keep the engine from starting up, the starter would make no attempt to crank the engine over.
If you have to wiggle the shift lever in park or neutral to get the starter to crank the engine, the neutral safety switch is probably worn or out of adjustment.
No, it will crank, but it will not start.
Passenger front side of the engine behind the air conditioning compressor.
Check Crank sensor located in the block near the ac compressor
The engine crank shaft is inside the engine
It could be the fuel pump, fuel filter, alternator, or the relay switch.
It could be the clutch safety switch. Does the engine crank and not start, or is it not cranking. If it cranks, then no, it could not be the clutch. If it won't crank then you can climb under the dash and look for the switch that closes when the clutch is pushed all the way to the floor (big white plastic switch). This switch has two large wires going into it. You can unplug the switch and jump the two female connectors in the wiring harness that led to the switch. A large paper clip works, but don't let it touch anything metal while you're cranking the engine. If the engine now cranks and starts normally, the switch is bad and needs to be replaced. Hope this helps.
The Chevrolet Corsica 3.1 liter engine crank sensor can be found on the back of the engine. You will need to remove the rear engine cover in order to access the crank sensor.
The crank sensor is located at the left front of the engine
No. If it did crank over it wouldn't be seized.
Be sure it is in park or neutral.
Usually when a starter solenoid/relay switch is bad, you will hear only a click and the starter will not spin (crank).
A loose battery cable will cause the engine not to crank over. A bad starter will also cause the engine to not crank over.
My first guess is that your ignition switch has gone bad, but if you have done work on the engine recently recheck your wiring.
it is on the front timing. near botton of crank pulley.
Engine seized? Dead or weak battery? Loose or corroded battery cables? Bad starter solenoid? Bad starter? Bad neutral safety switch? Bad ignition switch?
Battery cables could be loose, battery could be bad, starter could be bad, starter solenoid could be bad, ignition switch could be bad. Turn on the headlights and try to crank the engine. If the headlights dim or go out look at the cables or battery. If they stay bright look at starter, solenoid or ignition switch. The neutral safety switch or clutch petal switch could do it too.
the crank sensor is located just behind the crank shaft pully of the engine.