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I need to know were the crank position sensor and the fuel tank pressure sensor are so I could replace them, on a 2002 v6 Oldsmobile Aurora

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Crank position sensor should be in the area of the crank pully the largest pully on the front of the motor held in by one 10mm bolt The fuel tank pressure sensor can be bought separate but usually comes with a new fuel pump so the sensor is on top of the fuel pump exterior of the tank

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SOURCE: replacing fuel pump on 1995 oldsmobile aurora

The GM 1995 Aurora repair manual, says to use the access hole under the carpet in the back right corner of the trunk. You are best to buy a new fuel sender locking nut or ring at the dealer for about $8.


Forgot to add this - to relieve the fuel pressure, just use the press the center of valve on the fuel rail (for pressure testing) and a rag to catch the dribble. Really no big deal.

Make sure disconnect the battery cables too

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SOURCE: 1996 oldsmobile aurora oil pressure

The Aurora is a low pressure oil system. The only solution available at this time is to increase the oil weight. I went o straight 30W to solve the idle alarm issue. Some use 20W oil and that works too.
With 20W you will be at 80 to 90psi cold then drop to 20-30psi hot.
I first replaced the oil pressure gauge and it was worse. I put the original back in and it was better. Then went to 30W and all is fine.
Running it that way for a few years now.

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it's your upper intake manifold gasket. it has a crack in it and needs to be replaced. your getting to much air and not enough gas. mine did the same thing.

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I need to know the location of the crankshaft position sensor and the heated exygen senor (bank 2 sensor 1) on my 98 oldsmobile aurora


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2002 olds aurora 3.5 v6 needs crank shaft sensor replaced can this cause rpm gauge to bounce up & down and get stuck in red line ? Can it cause dic to not display anything ?


the best way is that your RUN the scanner/computer for real diagnostic and fix it. However I see that replace has nothing to do with the display. see the diagram attached.
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Code 452 is for low voltage coming from the fuel tank pressure sensor. The computer uses the sensor in the tank to measure pressure when it is venting the tank to the canister.
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2002 Oldsmobile Aurora V8-4.0 Replace Crankshaft (Sensors) A and B This car has 2 sensors 1- Raise and support car. 2- Remove the oil filter adaptor. 3- Remove crankshaft sensor electrical connector. For specific CKP sensor identification. 4- Remove the crankshaft sensor retaining bolt. 5-Remove the crankshaft sensor. NOTE= Inspect the CS sensor o-ring for wear or damage, if problem is found replace it also. 6- Lube O-ring with clean engine oil. 7- Install theretaining bolt TIGHTEN to 10 N.m (89lb in) 8-Install the CS sensor electrical connecror. 9- Install oil filtor adaptor. 10- Lower car. 11- Operate engine and inspect Cs sensor for oil leaks 12Perform the CKP system variation learn procedure.

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Our 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora is difficult to start. Long cranking time. once started, idle fluctuates. Also dies sometimes when driving.


Scan for any codes that might be present, then work to clear all of those. Next, look at fuel mixture, O2 sensor readings, and air flow. Any and all of these are likely to need work. Then look at the intake plenum gasket, spark plugs, fuel pressure, etc.

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1995 Olds Aurora Won't Run!


you were sold a lemon

  1. check for proper fuel pressure 49 psi
  2. check for spark
  3. if no spark check the crankshaft position sensors. there are two crank position sensors on the aurora.

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Replacing fuel pump on 1995 oldsmobile aurora


The GM 1995 Aurora repair manual, says to use the access hole under the carpet in the back right corner of the trunk. You are best to buy a new fuel sender locking nut or ring at the dealer for about $8.


Forgot to add this - to relieve the fuel pressure, just use the press the center of valve on the fuel rail (for pressure testing) and a rag to catch the dribble. Really no big deal.

Make sure disconnect the battery cables too

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Call autozone and ask them to define the codes for ya then get with your mechanic and get em fixed.

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