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Re: WHERE IS THE CRANK SHAFT SENOR?
The crank sensor is located on the trans. bell housing.Look behind the engine where the tranny bolts to the block and on top of the bell housing just a little off center you will see the sensor which has 2 bolts mounting it in place.It has a 6in length of wire attached to it with a plug on the end.This sensor reads off the flywheel.Hope this helps.
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2002 Durango shuts down without warning. Sit for about 30-45 min and will restart, run for a while, and shut down again. Shows "NO BUS" code. Took it to Dodge Dealer and had a diagnostic done....nothing!!! Have changed PCM, crank shaft sensor and am getting ready to RUN IT OFF A CLIFF if I can get it running long enough!!! It is a black hole and we are getting no where!! I can't even sell the dang thing!!
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.