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Location of crank sensor


no symptoms??? why not post that first.???
front bottom of engine. at crank pulley.
http://www.fixkick.com/my96-16v/ckp-sensor.jpg

its on the bottom of the oil pump, 1st year for CKP sensor.
the car will run with it unplugged.
the ecu can be scanned with any scan tool
crank for 5 seconds, release key if no DTC errors for CMP or CKP
then they are good. simple huh?
http://www.fixkick.com/IGN_timing/slideshow/html/image_13.html
no spark.
http://www.fixkick.com/IGN_timing/no-spark.html

the ckp allows the newer engine to run OBD2 misfire monitor
its not need to start engine.
the CMP starts the engine. not CKP.
CMP is in the DIZZY base.
seen here

http://www.fixkick.com/IGN_timing/integrated-dizzy96-98-16L.gif

Apr 22, 2014 | 1996 Geo Tracker 2 Door

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Popping noise


the crank pulley itself wont.. the pulley actually bolts on to the end of the crank.. behind that pulley is where the mark is..there is also a mark on the cam sprocket under that cover..if you turned it by hand where was the rotor pointed when the cap was removed?..if the belt slipped it could be out enough to backfire thru the in take..

Dec 25, 2013 | 1994 Honda Civic Del Sol

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Turns over but wont crank...horrible screeching noise


To clarify, if the engine cranks or turns over but won't start, look for a stuck pulley on the engine. You may be hearing the belt slipping on that pulley. Take the belt off and try turning each pulley - also try starting the engine with the belt off.

Jun 24, 2012 | 1998 Buick LeSabre

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Bottem pulley on engine block is making noise, I think the bearings are going out. What is this pulley attached to and can it be lubricated?


the bottom pulley is the crank pulley. It is attached to the crank shaft. It has two parts, an inner and an outer that are joined together with a rubber isolator. Over time the rubber breaks down and the inner part part of the puller will start to rotate independently from the outer part of the pulley creating a unigue clacking noise.

To solve this you'll need a standard crank pulley puller set. You'll remove the crank bolt and then use the pulley puller to pull the crank pulley off of the crank shaft. The install the new pulley making sure to torque the crank pulley bolt to the proper spec.

Nov 06, 2010 | 1998 Buick Park Avenue

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Humming noise and wobbling pulley 1995 Corolla


Maybe, you would have to remove the belts and then take a look at all the pulleys, it could be a pulley or a bad waterpump, or even something in the timing belt, like a timing belt pulley or tensioner pulley or waterpump,the best way to find out is to remove all the belts and then start the motor and listen for the noise, if the noise is still there with the belts removed then its something in the timing belt, but is the noise goes away then its something with the belts a pulley or a alternator, you would have to inspect all pulley and the acc, hope this helps,

Mar 31, 2010 | 1995 Toyota Corolla

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2001 f150 wont start change plugs and wires and now wont fire and wires are in correct order. can you help


Check your ignition fuse # 30, in the inside fuse box all the way on the right second from the bottom, check your coil and crank position sensor, these are responsible for spark, the crank sensor is bolted with 2 bolts next to the lower engine pulley, this is a magnetic pick up that triggers spark from the coil, if the crank sensor is good and you have no spark then the coil could be bad. Hope this helps, let me know.

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How do i set timing on a 2000 mitsubishi galant


Try turning the crank pulley, get a ratchet with the socket to match the bolt of the pulley. When you're turning lessen for any noise or if you feel any friction when turning stop. try this with all spark plug out. If noise or friction is notice there is a problem but if it move smoothly then you're fine.

Oct 20, 2009 | 2000 Mitsubishi Galant

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Crank shaft inner pulley lose on 2003 Exterra 3.3


I don't have one. I have the same problem can someone help?

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Crankshaft bolt removal on 94 accord


Ok, what you do is remove #1 spark plug. Position the piston in that cylinder so it's at the bottom. Get a long piece of rope and stuff as much of it into the spark plug hole as you can. This is now your piston stop. Now place your socket onto the crank pulley bolt and remove it. You may need a long breaker bar or slip a floor jack handle over what you're using and loosen the bolt. If the piston rotates all the way around, you'll have to stuff more rope in the cylinder. Use a long screwdriver to cram it in there. You'll hear a loud pop and that's when the bolt has broken loose. Before you take the bolt out, rotate the engine the other way to get the rope back out. For some reason the Honda crank bolts are on there really tight.

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Engine want crank


an IC (internal combustion ) engine is dependent on the spark timing for initial start (crank).here since most of it was remanufactured , the spark timing is at fault.
TIME the spark a few degrees before TDC and see the difference .i hope this solves your problem.

May 22, 2008 | 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS

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