Question about 1990 Dodge Daytona
Crank angle sensor, Crank position sensor ,reads the position in degrees of the crankshaft. When the sensor reads a set point on the crankshaft it sends a signal to the ECM(CPU) program which then triggers the spark for that positioned cylinder. It also triggers the injector to squirt. Without it the CPU will not know when to set the spark or injector so nothing works.It is constant for all ECM controlled engines regardless. Further the cam shaft position sensor sends a signal to the cpu telling it that the valves are in the correct position for spark,fuel. When the cam belt/chain breaks there is no position regestired so the spark and fuel are shut off
Posted on Dec 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you may be going into over boost at which the computer cuts the fuel check out dawes devices .com they make an over boost eliminator for like 40 bucks
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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