Yes it will. It will act like it is the battery almost at first where when you go to start it it almost starts but after you keep trying the battery will really die!! It happened to me in the 5 minute parking at the airport...needless to say airport security wasn't too thrilled abotu me and my car just sitting there for abotu 2 hours!!!! It is a kinda expensive part also.
Crank and cam sensors, yes. Vehicle speed sensor, no.
It could, along with hundreds of other parts.
cmp snsr will not prevent the car from starting,ckp snsr would.
cam or crank sensor
I'm not positive about this particular car, but on most cars the speed sensor screws into the transmission.
Yes, it could along with dozens of other possibilities.
No it will not. As a matter of fact, the O2 sensor is actually being ignored when you start the car, until it goes into closed loop mode. O2, no. TPS, possible.
There are two speed sensors on the car. The output speed sensor is located on the transmission near the middle of the car. To get to it, the car must be lifted, either by jacks or a hydraulic lift at an auto shop. The sensor is basically under the center console of the car.
A sensor in the transmission, measures the output shaft speed.
Vehicle speed sensor is located on top of the differential on the transmission. Access is from under the car
yes with anti-thef on your car
It means your car is broken
This is an possible indication of a transmission problem. Take it to a professional. More than likely its your speed sensor. Its on the transmission and is triangular in shape. I tried to reset the speed sensor, by pushing the Sport button on the gear shifter before starting the car, and that automatically resets the speed sensor, turn off engine after one minute of idle. Release button on the shifter and restart the car. Blinking should stop. If not go to your mechanic and replace speed sensor.
the speed sensor '''MUST''' match the transmission, simply because the transmition is the one providing the speed info.(most are color coded and splined)
Yes it could
I have seen a faulty boost sensor keep the turbo from "kicking in" but it didn't stop the engine from starting.
Yes. Cam sensor will determine the rotation of the camshaft, and if it does not sense it 'turning' the sensor will not allow the engine to start (it protects damaging the engine). Faulty camshaft or crankshaft sensors will stall engine and prevent restart until replaced.
inside the transmission
the speed sensor is located on the back of the transmission can be accessed from the top of the car lean over the motor and trans from the front of the car and look straight down beside the throttle body and u should see a sensor with a plug attached to it on the transmission that would be your vss(variable speed sensor)
get a potato and shove it in there exhaust pipe