Check the inertia switch to see if it needs reset! Open rear hatch and look on left side of car underneath the speaker for a little door that pops out its only about 2inches wide and push red button down if needs to be! At least that's what was wrong with my 95 and I reset the switch and its fine now!
The crank sensor is located on the front side of the crank pulley, between the pulley and radiator.
Check the timing belt.
I bought my crank flashlights (set of 2) through QVC.
crank sencer, coil pack, or ecm
cheap back up to crank sensor. it may allow the car to run with out crank sensor, though poorly
No, mechanical guns are operated by a trigger (i.e. tippmanns, spyders). You can however buy a rapid firing crank from some paintball and firearms manufacturers.
A non firing engine can be caused by many things. A bad crank sensor or coil pack are the first two places to check for problems.
Yes, a crank sensor is one of the major sensors used to control engine timing and cylinder firing.
Where is the crank shaft located on a 1999 Pontiac Bonneville? I have bought the part. Just can't find where it goes.
no, crank shaft senor sends top dead center firing cylinder one to computer so the computer knows when to fire the spark plug.
It should if you are following the firing order.
Fuel pump is bad.
car will not start if the crank shaft positing sensor is bad ..because it control the car spark plug firing..( no fire no start )
If its a Chevy its the same as the other small blocks. A three eighty three is a three fifty with a four hundred crankbasically. The crank doesn't change the firing order. The firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2.
This could be a number of problems... Fuel pump problem? Carbuerator / fuel injection problem? Timing problem?
hi i have a 2004 mitsubishi l200 ediesel that wont start,turns over but not firing,been told its the crank shaft position sensor
There is no significant advantage other than less peak twisting stress over the entire length the crankshaft. The firing orders are 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 for the 351W and HO 302 motors vs. 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8 for early 289 and 302 Windsor motors. Connecting rods 1 and 5, 2 and 6, 3 and 7, and 4 and 8 share the same crank journals. Looking at the firing order the early 289/302's fired 1 and 5 at the very front of the crank in order. This placed torque stresses from two cylinders in power stroke on the very front throw of the crank at the end furtherest away from the load of the crank. The later HO and 351W firing order places common power strokes further back in the crank, reducing peak twisting stresses over the length of the crank.
There is a horseshoe-shaped metal clip behind the window crank. You must ply the clip out from behind the crank in order to release the crank itself. I would advise you to remove the crank before unscrewing any parts to the door (the process can be very difficult and this will save time). Some auto stores sell cheap removal kits for this.
pcm, bad coil, bad motor, bad crank sensor, lots of ifs
First of all you may want to check the cam and crank position sensors. It is common on the maximas for this to casuse a no start condition.
Check the ignition coils and the crank sensor for the Yukon. Either one of these could be bad and cause the problem.
The crank and cam sensors send signals to the pcm primary control Mogul and the pcm make them open and close if the wiring is ok. hope this helps you.
Depending on manufacturer and engine size the location on a cam shaft and firing order is registered through a magnet or sensor located on a cam gear those sensors are usually called a cam position sensor.If your car does not have a cam position sensor the next way to determine is by the crank position sensor.The crank position sensors purpose is to make sure that the crank and cam stay alligned.All this is monitored through the PCM or computer on your vehicle.