Question about 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser
The crank shaft sensor will be fitted over the front crankshaft pulley or where it can read the electronic signals generated from the flywheel....The way it works is to receive a magnetically generated signal which is transmitted to the management computer system....It basically indicates when the piston is at the ignition point of the engines cycle...As we're dealing with a four stroke engine, remember that the crankshaft makes four revolutions to two of the camshaft....The cam will give its own signal via its own sensor....Both are used to control the spark and firing of the plugs in the correct sequence and at the correct time....If the scan tool said the crank sensor I'd think that's the fault and stick to that....
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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