Question about 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport
There is no crank sensor on 3.1, only 3800. I found that out while checking myself. However if you are having a cranking problem there is a fusible link that hooks to your starter. If that link is broken, it will not allow you to crank. I can only describe it as 2 smaller wires connects to the fusible link which then connects to the starter. The haynes repair book has a wiring diagram in the back but just ignore the sensor part of the diagram. After replacing the link i was able to crank after all my researching checking for a sensor. Hope this helps someone.
Posted on Jul 15, 2013
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