No. The O2 sensor is only in effect once the computer goes into closed loop mode (usually after engine is up to temperature)
A defective O2 sensor will not prevent the engine from starting. The engine will start and run albeit not as it should.
Yes it can cause a no start condition.
From a cold start, yes it can.
It's called VATS bypass and you can get them on eBay cheap.
I have a 240 and with the knock sensor unplugged it will still start so I would have to say no.
yes this will stop car from starting. a bad cam sensor will also stall engine at any speed.the sensor is easy to replace.
yes aas no pulse signal would be sent there for no start.
A throttle position sensor might keep the engine from starting. Any number of things can cause a vehicle not to start. The starter and the gas line sensors are also a possible culprit.
Yes. It can cause hard starting on some vehicles (fuel pulse out of time) and no-start due to no fuel or no spark in others.
"Yes. its a maf sensor (mass air flow sensor) and it will not let it start it will mostly just crank n crank over or start for a min with spiradic idling n shut off" Actually, there is such thing as a MAP sensor (manifold absolute pressure) but in some vehicles (especially Chrysler-Daimler) i believe, it can make the vehicle not start.
The MAP sensor - another frequent cause of stalling or non-starting. This measures the air pressure in the manifold. You can test it - if your car won't start, just unplug the electrical connection from the MAP sensor. If it starts, replace the sensor. MAP sensor details. (It may act as though the fuel pump is not working properly - starting, then quickly dying).
Replace the engine coolant temp sensor.
No it will not start need to change the cam sensor & crank sensor!
cold start sensor or weak fuel pump
Symptoms of a bad crank sensor is hard starting, no starting or rough idle. If you're able to start the engine, and it runs for a few minutes or seconds and then dies out, most likely it's a bad crank position sensor. Also, there may be no spark in some of the spark plugs.
Fuel pressure should be around 40. If the injectors are not getting power it will not start. Start with a crank sensor first.
i am looking were the cooled start sensor is on a 94 Saturn is at
A bad camshaft sensor can cause intermittent starting. The car may just shut off while driving. It also may not start or could shudder and backfire.
Yes it does have a cold start sensor. It is located on top of a throttle body.
It is possible that the 1992 Aerostar has a faulty distributor cap. It is likely that moisture is getting into the housing of the distribution and preventing it from starting.
Crank angle sensor or coolant temprature sensor are the two favourites that will cause a non start
i had something like this happen - and it was the ignition control module located in the distributor
Not starting when hot, or stalling ang bucking after driving or idleing in hot weather. pour cold water on sensor after no start condition to test it ( on back of head )
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.