Question about 2007 Ford Edge SEL Plus
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Jacob, did a lot of searching on the net, you may have to get a manual for this one, I could not even find the sensors location.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Doubt it failed----did you test it with a volt meter,put
an oscilloscope on it,or look at scan tool data
Have a couple T20 Torx Screws that hold it on
You heat them with a hair dryer to soften the
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Why not tell us the vehicles problems & what you tested so far
Posted on Aug 31, 2012
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Fig. Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor (7)
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The Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor is a permanent magnet output coil device that monitors the speed and position of the crankshaft. A reluctor is attached directly to the crankshaft, and is used to generate a constant signal as it passes the CKP sensor magnetic coil. The CKP Sensor utilizes system voltage (12 volts DC), or reference voltage (5 volts DC) to generate a digital output signal to the PCM that is based upon a 0.5 volt AC reference. The alternating magnetic field is used by the sensor output electronics to produce a digital pulse. The CKP sensor returns a digital ON/OFF signal pulse during each revolution of the crankshaft, with a momentary signal interrupt for the top dead center (TDC) position of the #1 cylinder. The Pulse Width Modulation pattern is used by the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) to calculate ignition timing, fuel injector timing, misfire diagnostics, and the tachometer display
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