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Crankshaft Position Sensor is on the engine. Typically near the front or belt/pulley area. 9 out of 10 times near the bottom of the engine very near the largest pulley on the motor. Some vehicles( less than a third) have more than one. The 2nd would usually be located near the coil/coil pack(s) of ignition system.
the cam shaft positioning sensor is where the distributor used to be.
the cam turns the distributor.you probably dont have a distributor and
now there is a cam position sensor in its place. assming you have
distributerless ignition,and coil packs.
if it has a distributor, the sensor is located under the rotor
and is held by 2 screws, but in order to remove it, you have line up
the the notch in the mounting plate for the rotor with the sensor or
you wont be able to get it out, its a very tight fit.
The Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP) is mounted on the top of the transmission bell housing. Assuming you are talking about the 3.3L V6. The crank position sensor (ckp) is located at the back of the motor,driver's side, mounted to the transaxle housing. It gets it's single from the flywheel teeth. First unplug it and then remove the retaining bolt and pull it up and out. Reverse precedure to install.
The crankshaft position sensor is located on the bell housing (forward area of transmission where torque converter is located). It can be reached from below (driver side). It has one wire plug in, and one (maybe 2) mounting bolts.countrycurt0
Have the cranshaft position sensor checked and make sure the wiring isn't grounded somewhere. If the Crankshaft Position Sensor is bad or skipping a little the engine will crank but not start. It is located on front of engine behind fan. Haynes Manual (#24065?) has a great section on troubleshooting the sensors. Good Luck