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What does a crankshaft sensor do? what does a camshaft sensor do?


get a HAYNES repair manual, tells you what all sensors do ! the crankshaft sensor sends info to the SBEC, reguarding engine crankshaft position. the camshaft sensor reads camshaft position, sends a coded signal to the SBEC, which uses this info to determine whether the fuel injectors and ignition coils are correctly synchronized !

Feb 14, 2013 | Chrysler Sebring Cars & Trucks

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2003 Sebring lxi coupe Multiple misfire with new distributor new crankshaft sensor new plugs and wires


Hi Aka, Vehicles fitted with distributors do not usually have crank or camshaft sensors. As yours is indicating multiple misfire I believe it does not have a distributor bot instead either individual coils or twin coils per two cylinders. Have a diagnostic scan carried out and that will identify which cylinders have had or are still having a problem. It is sometimes required on some vehicles to delete the fault codes before the vehicle will run correctly. All that an be done during the scan. If there are other problems they will also be identified. Regards John

Dec 08, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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2003 Sebring lxi coupe 3.0 with multiple misfire New distributor (camshaft sensor, coil) New crankshaft sensor New plugs and wires Good compression At idle more rough then when on the gas and seems t


okay, that info is helpful i would have said a coil test but okay with a new distributor it should be good, lets look at the egr valve, with a cold engine start it up and feel the egr tube, this tube feeds exhaust to intake, it should not get hot right away, if it does then egr is open causing misfires, also remove vacuum line from the egr valve just in case it is a bad vacuum solenoid , there should be no vacuum to this vacuum hose with cold engine at idle. let me know the out come.

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Location of cam pos sensor on 2000 chrystler sebring lxi? thank you and how much should it cost?


The camshaft position sensor for your vehicle is located in the distributor housing. It is serviced only as a complete distributor assembly, individual parts are not available.

The manufacturer (dealer) suggested retail price (MSRP) for the distributor assembly (Part Number MD345492) is $1100.00 (US).
The standard flat-rate labor time to replace it is 0.8 hours.
(you will have to figure the labor cost depending on labor rates in your area)

AutoZone has remanufactured distributors listed for your vehicle at a cost of around $275.00.

CARDONE part number 84-49600 is a NEW distributor and lists for $425.00

Aug 19, 2011 | 2000 Chrysler Sebring

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No fire at distributor


The 1997 Chrysler Sebring 2.5L has a distributer with an intergrated coil. All other models have a distributerless ignition ("coil packs").

Start by testing the ASD (Automatic Shut Down) relay, then the CPS (Crankshaft Position Sensor) and CMH (Camshaft Position Sensor).

The CMH test the same way likethe CPS; the ASD is located on cowl, at left rear of engine compartment.

Hope helps.

Jul 28, 2010 | 1997 Chrysler Sebring

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Can i replace the camshaft sensor on my sebring


the camshaft sensor is not sold separately for a 2.5 engine,it is mounted in the distributor and you would have to replace the whole distributor!

Dec 05, 2009 | 2000 Chrysler Sebring

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Will not start, 1999 sebring LXi coupe


check your timing belt and make sure the timing is on right

Jul 14, 2009 | 1999 Chrysler Sebring

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