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If it is turning over (at a normal rate) but not starting you have either a fuel or an ignition prob. If it is turning over slowly, you have a battery low fault or a bad earth to your engine from the chassis.
Posted on Jul 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the crank sensor is located beneath the intake between the starter and oil filter it has one small bolt in it remove the bolt and pull the sensor out and just stick the new one in put the bolt back in it and plug it up but make sure you disconnect the battery before you do anything that bolt is probably a 10mm or a 5/16 i hope this helps
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
BOTH CAMSHAFT SPROCKETS TIMING ALIGNMENT PIN LOCATION SMALL ROUND HOLES IN SPROCKETS AT 6 OCLOCK POSITION.CRANKSHAFT SPROCKET TIMING LOCATION IS AT 12 OCLOCK. TO BE ON THE SAFE SIDE BUY A CHILTON REPAIR MANUAL IT HAS TIMING MARKS DIAGRAM.
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
It depends on which crank sensor you are wanting to replace. There are two of them. The 24X sensor is located behind the front crankshaft pully and the crank pully must be removed to change it. The 7X sensor is located in the engine block on the right bank (firewall side) near the rear of the engine. This one simply pulls out of the block after disconnecting the electrical connector and removing the single bolt that holds it.
Posted on Dec 16, 2011
try locking your car with the key and unlocking it with the key, leave it for 30 second or so between the locking and unlocking , the car thinks some one has tampered with it
Posted on Mar 18, 2012
Maybe the antitheft system. Read thru this link
Posted on May 17, 2012
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