If that is the only problem, then yes.
If the crankshaft sensor is dead the engine will not start
Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.Yes, just about any sensor on the engine could cause a no start.
Replace the engine coolant temp sensor.
A defective O2 sensor will not prevent the engine from starting. The engine will start and run albeit not as it should.
if it is gas, there are 2 wires connected to the same plug coming directly from the engine, disconnect the plug and use the pull start. good luck!
You have another problem other then the knock sensor if the engine will not start and run. A knock sensor will not cause the engine not to run.
No, The pcm has to see a signal from the sensor
A bad engine temp sensor can do that.
On the back of the engine, mounted between the engine and transmission, inside the bell housing. You cannot see the flywheel. The starter is connected to the flywheel when you start the engine.On the back of the engine, mounted between the engine and transmission, inside the bell housing. You cannot see the flywheel. The starter is connected to the flywheel when you start the engine.
Engine cranks but doesn't start.
No, it will crank, but it will not start.
If the 2001 Mitsubishi Mirage won't start and has the service engine light on, you probably have an issue with a sensor. This could be a problem with an electrical or oxygen sensor.
Check engine light on, cuts out, no start.Check engine light on, cuts out, no start.
Engine won't start
No. The crankshaft position sensor is required for the engine to start and run. The engine computer uses it for fuel and ignition timing.
The symptom will be no spark. If the problem with the camshaft sensor is intermittent, the engine may stall from time to time. If the failure is "solid," the engine will not start. A pulse from this sensor is required for the engine to run.
It sure can.
It won't start.
The cold start sensor is the top sensor on the right side of the thermostat housing as you are looking at the engine from the front of the vehicle. It is 22mm.
Engine ground can find many paths to the battery, but if NOTHING is connected to the negative post... no, it won't start.
The engine will not start. Need a scaner to scan engine, to see whats wrong.
Its the cold start fuel sensor giving you troubles. Its flooding the engine with fuel.
I can tell you what happened with my Buick. The crank sensor was bad. The engine would start when it was cold but not when the engine was hot. Warner athey The engine computer needs the crank sensor reading to start. Period. Why three periods? Question mark? If the crank sensor is bad that does not mean that it will not function at all. That means that it will not function properly. Even a broken watch will tell you time. It may even be the correct time.