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I am trying to find the wiring diagram for a speed sensor on a 2003 mustang. the pigtail has 4 wires from the harness and the new connector only has 2. which wires connect to which?

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A new 02 sensor will come with new wires and connector. If not get back with me I think there is a repair kit for that problem.

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How to change crankshaft sensor on a 2001 cad catiera


Its on the side of the block firewall side ... REMOVAL Numbers in text in parenthesis correspond to numbered components in image. Disconnect the wiring harness (1) from the Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor pigtail. Securely attach a scrap piece of wire about 36 inches long to the CKP sensor pigtail. Later, this piece will be used as a pull wire to guide the new sensor pigtail back through the same routing. Raise and support the vehicle. Remove the oil filter and capture any lost engine oil in a container. Loosen the oil cooler lines at the engine block. Back out the fittings far enough in order to gain sufficient clearance for the sensor pigtail connector to pass between the oil cooler lines and the side of the engine block. Remove the fastening bolt for the CKP sensor (1). Remove the CKP sensor and the O-ring seal from the engine block. Remove the CKP sensor pigtail. Observe the routing of the pigtail. Gently pull the CKP sensor pigtail down through the routing path and out. Guide the pigtail connector along the top of the oil cooler lines around to the side of the engine block. Pass the connector between the lines and the block at the point of the widest gap. Stop when the pull wire is exposed at both ends of the routing path. Disconnect the sensor from the pull wire. INSTALLATION Securely attach the CKP sensor pigtail to the lower end of the pull wire. Pass the pigtail connector between the oil cooler lines and the engine block. Using the pull wire as a guide, pull the sensor pigtail along the top of the oil cooler lines and around to the rear of the engine. Use the pull wire to pull the pigtail into position. Disconnect the pull wire from the sensor pigtail. Connect the sensor pigtail to the harness connector. Thoroughly clean the mating surfaces of the CKP sensor and the engine block. Install the CKP sensor with a new O-ring seal into the engine block. Install the fastening bolt (1) for the CKP sensor. Check the harness for proper routing. Make sure that the wiring cannot come in contact with the exhaust manifold. Tighten the oil cooler lines at the engine block. Install the oil filter. Lower the vehicle. Recheck the engine oil level.

Jun 22, 2016 | 2001 Cadillac Catera

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Wiring pigtail input speed sensor on my 2000 sonata. The new plug came with three white wires but the wires from car are different colors. color wiring diagram ?


the connector is the same on both the old harness and the new pigtail. As long as you orientate the connectors the same way you just match up the wires. let me try to explain it this way. If you hold the old connector so the part that holds the connector to the sensor is facing up. Hold the new connector exactly the same way. cut the left wire on both and connect the new connector wire to the old wiring harness. Then cut the center wire and connect them. then cut the right wire and connect. No wiring diagram needed.

One thing I will add is to stagger the new connections. Meaning do nut cut them at the place. Cut one wire then cut the next about an inch or so further and then cut the next about an inch or so further than that. This will prevent the new connections from potentially shorting to each other and will keep the harness from becoming really bulky with all the but connectors in the same location.

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I believe that's a Speed Sensor issue.

Diag:
1. Ensure mainshaft and countershaft speed sensors are installed properly. Disconnect mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. Using a DVOM, measure resistance between sensor terminals.

2. If resistance is not 400-600 ohms, replace mainshaft speed sensor. If resistance is 400-600 ohms, disconnect 25-pin PCM harness connector "B". Check for continuity between ground and 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminals No. 15 (Red wire) and No. 14 (White wire).

3. If continuity is present, repair short to ground in Red or White wire between PCM and mainshaft speed sensor. If continuity is not present, reconnect mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. Measure resistance between 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminals No. 15 (Red wire) and No. 14 (White wire).

4. If resistance is not 400-600 ohms, go to next step. If resistance is 400-600 ohms, go to DTC
P0720 (FLASH CODE 9) . Check for loose PCM harness connectors. Replace PCM with a
known-good unit if necessary.

5. Disconnect mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. Check Red wire for continuity between 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminal No. 15 and mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. If continuity is present, go to next step. If continuity is not present, repair open in Red wire between 25-pin PCM harness connector and mainshaft speed sensor
harness connector.

6. Check White wire for continuity between 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminal No. 14 and mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. If continuity is present, check for loose PCM harness connectors. Replace PCM with a known-good unit if necessary. If continuity is not present, repair open in White wire between 25-pin PCM harness connector and mainshaft speed sensor harness connector.

Mar 21, 2014 | 1998 Acura Integra

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Speed Sensor probably. Try:
1. Ensure mainshaft and countershaft speed sensors are installed properly. Disconnect mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. Using a DVOM, measure resistance between sensor terminals.

2. If resistance is not 400-600 ohms, replace mainshaft speed sensor. If resistance is 400-600 ohms, disconnect 25-pin PCM harness connector "B". Check for continuity between ground and 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminals No. 15 (Red wire) and No. 14 (White wire).

3. If continuity is present, repair short to ground in Red or White wire between PCM and mainshaft speed sensor. If continuity is not present, reconnect mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. Measure resistance between 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminals No. 15 (Red wire) and No. 14 (White wire).

4. If resistance is not 400-600 ohms, go to next step. If resistance is 400-600 ohms, go to DTC
P0720 (FLASH CODE 9) . Check for loose PCM harness connectors. Replace PCM with a
known-good unit if necessary.

5. Disconnect mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. Check Red wire for continuity between 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminal No. 15 and mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. If continuity is present, go to next step. If continuity is not present, repair open in Red wire between 25-pin PCM harness connector and mainshaft speed sensor
harness connector.

6. Check White wire for continuity between 25-pin PCM harness connector "B", terminal No. 14 and mainshaft speed sensor harness connector. If continuity is present, check for loose PCM harness connectors. Replace PCM with a known-good unit if necessary. If continuity is not present, repair open in White wire between 25-pin PCM harness connector and mainshaft speed sensor harness connector.

Mar 21, 2014 | 1998 Acura Integra Type R

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2003 chrysler sebring


The wiring harness might have a break in the signal, the connector is just one piece of that harness. You will need Th wiring diagrams to trace it down across the engine and to the PCM connector. You can access the manuals here for a small fee I'm told.
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2000 acura tl engine code PO132 what does it mean


Oxygen sensor circuit issues. Check wiring for possible melted insulation or bad connection at connector.If wiring looks good run tests to diagnose. Sensor one, bank one is below the exhaust manifold on the passenger side of the engine.

TESTING4-WIRE SENSOR
4-wire sensors are HO2 sensors.
On 4-wire sensors, one of the connector terminals is the SOUT, one of the terminals is the SGND, one of the terminals is the HPWR and the other is the HGND. To identify the 4 terminals, perform the following:
  1. Locate the O2 sensor (#2 in pic below) and its pigtail connector. It may be necessary to raise and safely support the vehicle to gain access to the connector.
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  1. Disengage the sensor pigtail connector from the vehicle harness connector.
  2. Using a DVOM set to read 12 volts, attach the DVOM ground lead to a good engine ground.
  3. Have an assistant turn the ignition switch ON without actually starting the engine.
  4. Probe all 4 terminals in the vehicle harness connector. One of the terminals should exhibit 12 volts of power with the ignition key ON; this is the HPWR terminal.
    1. If the HPWR terminal was identified, note which of the sensor harness connector terminals is the HPWR, then match the vehicle harness connector to the sensor pigtail connector. Label the corresponding sensor pigtail connector terminal with HPWR.
    2. If none of the terminals showed 12 volts of power, locate and test the heater relay or fuse. Then, perform Steps 2-6 again.

  1. Have your assistant turn the ignition OFF
  2. Using the DVOM set to measure resistance (ohms), attach one of the leads to the HPWR terminal of the sensor pigtail connector. Use the other lead to probe the 3 remaining terminals of the sensor pigtail connector, one at a time. The DVOM should show continuity with only one of the remaining unidentified terminals; this is the HGND terminal.
    1. If continuity was found with only 1 of the 2 unidentified terminals, label the HGND terminal on the sensor pigtail connector.
    2. If no continuity was evident, or if continuity was evident from all unidentified terminals, the O2 sensor is defective.
    3. If continuity was found at 2 of the other terminals, the sensor is probably defective. However, the sensor may not necessarily be defective, because it may have been designed with the 2 ground wires joined inside the sensor in case one of the ground wires is damaged; the other circuit could still function properly. Though, this is highly unlikely. A wiring diagram is necessary in this particular case to know whether the sensor was so designed.

Reattach the sensor pigtail connector to the vehicle harness connector. Start the engine and allow it to warm up to normal operating temperature, then turn the engine OFF. Using a DVOM set to read 100-900 mV (millivolts) DC, backprobe the negative DVOM lead to one of the unidentified terminals and the positive lead to the other unidentified terminal.

CAUTION While the engine is running, keep clear of all moving and hot components. Do not wear loose clothing. Otherwise severe personal injury or death may occur.
  1. Have an assistant restart the engine and allow it to idle.
  2. Check the DVOM for voltage.
    1. If no voltage is evident, check your DVOM leads to ensure that they are properly connected to the terminals. If still no voltage is evident at either of the terminals, either the terminals were accidentally marked incorrectly or the sensor is defective.
    2. If voltage is present, but the polarity is reversed (the DVOM will show a negative voltage amount), turn the engine OFF and swap the 2 DVOM leads on the terminals. Start the engine and ensure that the voltage now shows the proper polarity.
    3. If voltage is evident and is the proper polarity, the positive DVOM lead is attached to the SOUT and the negative lead to the SGND terminals.
  1. Have your assistant turn the engine OFF.
  2. Label the sensor pigtail SOUT and SGND terminals.
REMOVAL and INSTALLATION
WARNING The sensors use a pigtail and connector. This pigtail should not be removed from the sensor. Damage or removal of the pigtail or connector could affect proper operation of the oxygen sensor. Keep the electrical connector and louvered end of the sensor clean and free of grease. NEVER use cleaning solvents of any type on the sensor! The sensor may be difficult to remove when the engine temperature is below 120°F (48°C). Excessive removal force may damage the threads in the exhaust manifold or pipe; follow the removal procedure carefully.
  1. Make sure the ignition is OFF, then disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Locate the oxygen sensor. It protrudes from the exhaust manifold or exhaust pipe (it looks somewhat like a spark plug). It may be necessary to raise and safely support the vehicle to access the sensor.
  3. Unplug the sensor electrical connector.
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Fig. Fig. 5: Loosen the oxygen sensor using a wrench as shown, or use a sensor socket made especially for that purpose

  1. Carefully unscrew the sensor, then remove the oxygen sensor from the manifold or pipe.

To install:
  1. During and after the removal, be very careful to protect the tip of the sensor if it is to be reused. Do not let it to come in contact with fluids or dirt. Do not clean it or wash it.
  2. Apply a coat of anti-seize compound to the bolt threads but DO NOT allow any to get on the tip of the sensor.
  3. Install the sensor in the manifold or exhaust pipe.
  4. Attach the electrical connector and ensure a clean, tight connection.
  5. If raised, carefully lower the vehicle.
  6. Connect the negative battery cable.

Nov 02, 2011 | 2000 Acura TL

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Where is the crankshaft position sensor on a 2003 jeep grand cherokee laredo located V6 4.0


The Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP) is mounted to the transmission bellhousing at the left/rear side of the engine block...

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Inatallation: 4.0L Engine
New replacement sensors will be equipped with a paper spacer glued to bottom of sensor. If installing (returning) a used sensor to vehicle, a new paper spacer must be installed to bottom of sensor. This spacer will be ground off the first time engine is started. If spacer is not used, sensor will be broken the first time engine is started.

New Sensors:
Be sure paper spacer is installed to bottom of sensor. If not, obtain spacer PN05252229.

Used Sensors:
Clean bottom of sensor and install spacer PN05252229.
  1. Install sensor into transmission bellhousing hole.
  2. Position sensor wire shield to sensor.
  3. Push sensor against flywheel/drive plate. With sensor pushed against flywheel/drive plate, tighten mounting bolt to 7 Nm (60 inch lbs.) torque.
  4. Route sensor wiring harness into wire shield.
  5. Connect sensor pigtail harness electrical connector to main wiring harness.
Hope helps (remember to rate and comment this free answer).

Sep 06, 2011 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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I have a code P320 on my 1999 Jeep Grand. What do I need to replace and how? Thanks for your help. John


Replace the crank sensor.


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The Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor is mounted to the transmission bellhousing at the left/rear side of the engine block. The sensor is adjustable and is attached with one bolt. A wire shield/router is attached to the sensor.

REMOVAL
  1. Disconnect sensor pigtail harness (3-way connector) from main engine wiring harness.
  2. Remove sensor mounting bolt.
  3. Remove wire shield and sensor.
INSTALLATION
New replacement sensors will be equipped with a paper spacer glued to bottom of sensor. If installing (returning) a used sensor to vehicle, a new paper spacer must be installed to bottom of sensor. This spacer will be ground off the first time engine is started. If spacer is not used, sensor will be broken the first time engine is started.
  1. New Sensors: Be sure paper spacer is installed to bottom of sensor. If not, obtain spacer PN05252229.
  2. Used Sensors: Clean bottom of sensor and install spacer PN05252229.
  3. Install sensor into transmission bellhousing hole.
  4. Position sensor wire shield to sensor.
  5. Push sensor against flywheel/drive plate. With sensor pushed against flywheel/drive plate, tighten mounting bolt to 7 Nm (60 in. lbs.) torque.
  6. Route sensor wiring harness into wire shield.
  7. Connect sensor pigtail harness electrical connector to main wiring harness.

Jul 12, 2011 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Where Are The sensor Banks On The 2004 GC


Grand Cherokee oxygen sensor locations for 4.0 and 4.7 engines

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Four wires (circuits) are used on each O2 sensor:

  • 12–volt feed circuit for the sensor heating element
  • Ground circuit for the heater element
  • Low-noise sensor return circuit to the PCM
  • Input circuit from the sensor back to the PCM to detect sensor operation

O2S Sensor removal Never apply any type of grease to the oxygen sensor electrical connector, or attempt any soldering of the sensor wiring harness.
WARNING: THE EXHAUST MANIFOLD, EXHAUST PIPES AND CATALYTIC CONVERTER(S) BECOME VERY HOT DURING ENGINE OPERATION. ALLOW ENGINE TO COOL BEFORE REMOVING OXYGEN SENSOR.
1. Raise and support vehicle.
2. Disconnect O2S pigtail harness from main wiring harness.
3. If equipped, disconnect sensor wire harness mounting clips from engine or body.
CAUTION: When disconnecting sensor electrical connector, do not pull directly on wire going into sensor.
4. Remove O2S sensor with an oxygen sensor removal and installation tool.

02S Sensor installation
Threads of new oxygen sensors are factory coated with anti-seize compound to aid in removal. DO NOT add any additional anti-seize compound to threads of a new oxygen sensor.
1. Install O2S sensor. Tighten to 22 ft. lbs. (30 N·m) torque.
2. Connect O2S sensor wire connector to main wiring harness.
3. If equipped, connect sensor wire harness mounting clips to engine or body. When Equipped: The O2S pigtail harness must be clipped and/or bolted back to their original positions on engine or body to prevent mechanical damage to wiring.


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Apr 29, 2010 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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4 cylinder motor


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note_icon.gif Mark all wiring and hoses to avoid misconnection. Inspection the timing belt before removing the cylinder head. Turn the crankshaft pulley so that the No. 1 piston is at top dead center
1. Disconnect the neagative terminal from the battery 2. Remove the engine cover. . Drain the engine coolant. Remove the radiator cap to speed draining. 4. Remove the intake air hose and air cleaner assembly. (1) Disconnect the AFS connector. (2) Disconnect the breather hose from air cleaner hose. (3) Remove the intake air hose and air cleaner. 5. Remove the upper radiator hose (A) and lower radiator hose (B). 6. Remove the heater hoses 7. Remove the engine wire harness connectors and wire harness clamps from the cylinder head and the intake manifold. (1) OCV(Oil Control Valve) connector (A). (2) Oil temperature sensor connector (B). (3) ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature) sensor (C) connector. (4) Ignition coil connector (D). (5) TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) connector (A). (6) ISA (Idle Speed Actuator) connector (B). (7) CMP (Camshaft Position Sensor) connector (A). (8) Four fuel injector connectors (B). (9) Knock sensor connector (C).

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