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this car does not have a camshaft sensor the distributor pick up coil acts as a cam sensor here is crank sensor info the crank sensor is located in front of engine just behind the crankshaft pulley using ohmmeter check resistance between terminals on sensor replace is not within specs cold 1630-2740 ohms hot 2065-3225 ohms if this is not the problem please reply to your post ill monitor it. hope this helps
2002 Oldsmobile Aurora V8-4.0 Replace Crankshaft (Sensors) A and B This car has 2 sensors 1- Raise and support car. 2- Remove the oil filter adaptor. 3- Remove crankshaft sensor electrical connector. For specific CKP sensor identification. 4- Remove the crankshaft sensor retaining bolt. 5-Remove the crankshaft sensor. NOTE= Inspect the CS sensor o-ring for wear or damage, if problem is found replace it also. 6- Lube O-ring with clean engine oil. 7- Install theretaining bolt TIGHTEN to 10 N.m (89lb in) 8-Install the CS sensor electrical connecror. 9- Install oil filtor adaptor. 10- Lower car. 11- Operate engine and inspect Cs sensor for oil leaks 12Perform the CKP system variation learn procedure.
I suspect you have a bad camshaft sensor. It is part of the distributor. To check, remove distributor cap and rotor (1 screw for rotor) and check for brown dust. If yes, remove slotted wheel and clean optical sensor. If car starts, you need a distributor.
Crank sensor has no affect on system. It is used for back up only.
Can you hear pump run for 5 seconds when you turn key on?
First be sure it is the crankshaft sensor. by getting a trouble code. at Autozone or other store.
The crankshaft sensor is usually located near the timing belt cover. If not , it can be inside the cover in some cars. No, the ECU will recognize the sensor . There is no need to move the timing. If there is any trouble after installing a new sensor.
With the key turnd off, remove the negative cable and reinstall it after a minute.
It mounts next to the harmonic balancer on the passenger side of motor,Look under car on the passenger side and the front pulley on the crankshaft,you will see a star or piece with teeth at the back of the crankshaft pulley,you should then see the sensor mounter close to this.This is what the sensor is actually reading is the teeth.
befor in the ealier models of accords they use to be both the cam and crank sensors in the distibutor but they separated them !!!So no they are not together on your car tha cam sensor is in the distributor and the crank sensor is in front of engine or in the lower timing belt cover if it is in the timing cover you can see a wire going dow the timing cover way to the bottom on the rear side off it
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The crank sensor is a well known cause of no spark condition, it is most likely the real problem, the crankshaft sensor for a Jeep 2001 is located behind the starter, you have to remove the starter to gain access, even then it is hard to get at.