Question about Chrysler Sebring
Year,engine size,and transmission type wasn't stated,so my reply may not cover ALL.as a generic answer.On all of the Sebrings i have personally repaired,the models that had automatic transmissions ALL had the crankshaft position sensor mounted into the transmission bellhousing with a 10 mm bolt.It is located on the driver side of the vehicle,exactly where the trans bolts to the engine block.If you are standing at the rear of the engine,on the driver side fender facing the engine bay,the sensor is located at about 2 o'clock if the rear of the engine were a clock.There is also a VERY important adjustment procedure in relation to the depth of the sensor in the hole it is mounted in.It is adjustable up and down in relation to the flexplate,and should have an air gap of approximately .030".Too close to the flexplate,the sensor will hit the flexplate and destroy the sensor,too far away and the sensor will not read and the engine won't run.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
It is behind the starter , remove the starter and it is in the lower of the engine block retained by an 8mm bolt
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Where is the crankshaft position
It is stuck in bellhousing of the transmission near the rear head. The new crank sensor will come with a piece of gasket paper on the end of the sensor. Install the sensor all the way in against the pick-up wheel. When you crank the engine the wheel will rip off the paper and the adjustment will be correct.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
Hello. One way to check if it is working is when you try to start the car does the needle move on you tac? If not then your crank sensor is more then likely the problem. It is located on the backside of the engine under the intake manifold. If is in about the center of the block. There will be a 10mm bolt holding the sensor in. If you decide to change it yourself (not to terrible of a job) unplug the sensor, remove the bolt and spin it back and forth slightly while pulling it out. It may be stoburn and you might have to work at it for a little bit (not a done of room) but it will come. When it's out the sensor will be shaped kind of like an L. I have changed a few of these over time and they can be a little stoburn. To install just reverse the process.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
left rear of engine block,on transmission bell housing.best way from top under brake booster use a wrench,
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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