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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello oldiro: My name is Roger and I can help. From under the vehicle look up between the transmission and the side of the block. Mid motor above the pan rail there is a bolted in sensor. This should be the crank sensor.It will have two wires plugged in to it. Please rate this answer as this lets us know you received the information you asked for. Should you need further help please just ask. Thank You for using FixYa. Roger
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: crank angle sensor location
The crank sensor is always located next to the crankshaft pulley. it will be inserted into the block with the top part of the housing half way out. you cant miss the wires leading into the tip of the housing next to the crank shaft pulley.
Posted on May 23, 2009
remove the intake manifold ,remove radiator ,remove radiator intake and outake housing, remove fan ,remove all belts: power steering, alternator and if you have a/c, remove harmonic balancer ,remove timing belt covers, remove timing belt remove intake housinng once you have remove all the above, your freaken engine will look naked, you can see the location of the knock sensor is locate in the engine valley
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
These are both air fuel ratio sensors, These sensors are located in the exhaust manifolds, the front one (bank 2) is easy to get to, the one in the rear is more difficult, they require a special socket to remove and install. The O2 sensors are located behind the catalytic converter and are not the same as the A/F ratio sensors.Replacing the sensors is not what the codes are telling you.You could have a plugged air filter giving you diminished air intake. That's not a bad sensor. A mass air flow sensor could be reading bad and giving you a bad mix of fuel so that your O2 sensor reads a problem. Get it? Or the O2 sensors could be bad after all, probably not both though.
Posted on Apr 05, 2010
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