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96 jetta 2.8 repaced crank sensor still no spark

Car was running one day the next would not start took off the crank sensor put new one on it still no spark why

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Check the coil

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Starts but won t keep running


your first problem is that you are taking it to a mechanic with questionable qualifications
engines don't clear throats or have relays do it for them
the car has an onboard reporting system called an ECM and any mechanic who knows his trade would connect a scanner to the data plug and read the fault codes ( you can do that at autozone or like spares shops for free)
knowing the fault codes , the faulty sensors can then be fixed or replaced
from your description of the problem it appears to be a cold engine problem as you say runs well for the rest of the day
That indicates an ambient temp sensor, Baro sensor, MAP/VAF sensor and low fuel pressure from a faulty fuel pressure regulator sensor problem
find yourself an accredited service center that has experience on your make of vehicle and have it properly diagnosed

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So... I'm starting to get just a bit frustrated... after installing the new PCM, my dodge avenger, 96 2.0L ran for 5 days then went out again, fuel pump works and I've got spark but no start..


after all that work its terrible that something else goes bad however since you do get spark and fuel i would say crank or cam sensor but then if one of those goes bad it wont allow engine to turn over and would shut fuel pump off. so there is only one thing left to cause it you have a short in the harness somewhere maybe just a lose connection on the cam or crank sensor put dieelectric grease in all your connectors

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96 2.0 jetta. started up as usual then died 2 mins later. Will crank but not turn over, no spark from the plug wires. what should i look for?


Are the injectors pulsing on and off? If not, it is your Crankshaft position sensor or the wiring to it.

Is the ignition system coil on plug or what?

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Van Wont Start Then Start's


please explain what you are calling a crank cap?? is it the magnetic pick up sensor on the flywheel if so either clean the connections in the multiplug or try putting the old one back on

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96 vw jetta 2.0l will turn over but will not start


I had a problem like this on a 1997 VW Jetta 2.0L. I suggest you obtain a multimeter, a gas pressure gauge, and a used injector from a junk yard. You need to find if the car has spark if it is getting gas and if the injector is firing. Plug a used spark plug into say # 4 spark plug wire and ground end against the manifold or other ground. Have someone crank the engine and see if there is spark. If there is spark then disconnect the electrical connector and plug in the used injector and hold in your hand. Have someone crank the engine and if it clicks as the engine revolves the injector is firing. Now if you have spark and an injector that clicks then put the pressure gauge in the upper line going to the injector manifold. Use a T so that the fuel can still flow into the manifold. If these three things check out. You need to also verify the engine is timed correctly and the timing belt did not slip a few teeth. I had a problem with my crankshaft sensor. I bought a new one and although I was getting about a .3 volt ac signal, I still had no spark at spark plugs. I wound up getting another new crankshaft sensor and read 3 volts ac from the new sensor. I then had good spark Hope this helps

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