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WILL NOT START. FUEL PUMP IS OK. REPLACED CAM SENSOR AND STILL DOES NOT START. COULD IT BE THE CRANK SENSOR?
I would have looked to the crank sensor before the cam sensor in the first place. The crank sensor is what tells the computer where the engine is in relation to the ignition cycle. The cam sensor just tells the computer if it is on the compression stroke or the exhaust stroke.
Posted on Apr 30, 2013
Testimonial: "Thank you Dan. I am having trouble finding the crank sensor. I can order through a dealer but they about $149. Any better suggestions on where to find the part?"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I need to get a clear mental picture of what exactly is happening.
With this said, you stated that the car "runs fine" until warmed up.
Q: When you start the car when cold it idles fine?
Q: If you allow the car to idle until "fully" warmed does the car stall?
Q: As the car begins to warm up, Does the RPM fluctuate abnormally?
Q: Does the car Only stall when you press on the gas pedal or does it stall just sitting and idling in addition to pressing the gas pedal?
Q: If you can drive it while cold does the car stall during acceleration when warm or only at Stop Signs / Lights?
Q: If you wait 20min or so, can you start the car again?
Q: How many miles are on the car?
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
I seen this before first of all don't let the car dealer to BS the way to your money, most of the time is noting wrong whit the sensor it self but is the plug than goes in to the sensor this what i recommend is to buy another sensor from your local auto part store or salvage yard (cheaper) get three pieces of cable and solder directly in to the sensor brake the plastic around the sensor plug if necessary and secure the three cables to it put some silicon in between the solder and the place the new sensor on top of the old one so you now wish wire goes to which and cut and attach one by one. I now this works 100% i have done it my self many times if you need diagrams or sensor locations you can find that at www.alldatadiy.com now if you still have problems unplug all harness especially all the ones than comes from the back of the engine because that engine tends to leak oil on top of the harness if you have wires doing shortcut replace that section you can solder use heat string tube and change the insulation hose they sale those on part stores to put some zip tides on the ends and you will have your car back and will last Note don't let it get to close to the exhaust use zip tides to keep from touching hot areas.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
P0125- Engine not reaching operation temp quick enough. Possible problems:
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
The fuel pump is located in the fuel tank and it can be reached by removing the back seat of the car.
be sure to get a fuel pump of the same rating with the one you are replacing.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
p0560 is system voltage problem. open or short between the battery positive and the ecm.CHECK ALL FUSES. dosnt matter what they are labeled under dash and under hood replace any that are bad and retry to start. no start then check voltage to ecm grounds to. i dont have a wireing diagram to give you but for a small fee or free the dealer can make you a copy.make sure all the wires that go to battery terminals are not corroded and are making good contact [verified with volt meter]. if after all checks ok then replace ecm. as a side note i havent had to change one ever.
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you for the help. We will continue to check all fuses and wires."
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