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Crank correlation sensor code

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SOURCE: Ware is the crank sensor located on a chrysler

should be at the right rear of engine block just ahead of the transmission

Posted on Dec 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Ive replaced the cam shaft sensor but need to see

The crank shaft sensor is located on the front of the engine under the timing cover. In order to replace it you will need to remove the timing belt.

Posted on Jan 23, 2010

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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....
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Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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SOURCE: where are the cam and crank shaft sensors located?

the crank sensor is located in the bellhousing of the transmission and very easy to get to and its most likely the cause of the problem

Posted on Oct 20, 2011

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Have you ever replaced the timing belt?? If not the problem is likely to be a loose worn out timing belt. A floppy belt will play havoc with the sensor signals and trigger a check engine light and a camshaft sensor code.

Posted on Jun 22, 2012

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Does the truck run ok? If so may just be bad sensor .it reads the correlation between cam and crank shafts so timing is correct so the camshaft control the valves and crankshaft controlling the pistons don't hit each other

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the word correlation means relationship between two or more items . In this case it means that when the crank shaft sensor is triggered then the camshaft sensor has to be in agreement that the position of the piston and valves is in the right position to allow spark and fuel.. there are air gaps between each sensor and the rotor that triggers them and if this is not correct or there is dirt in the air gap ( the sensors may be a bit advanced or retarded in the fitment holes) then this relationship of positions is being interfered with and so you get the fault code. If after rechecking the fitment of the sensors and using a scanner to put the engine light off ,you still have a problem ,I would suggest that you find an accredited shop the does a lot of work on your make of car to assist with the fault.

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I have a 98 chevy z71 5.7 350 vortec, i have a p1345 code that stays on i clear it and as i restart the truck it comes back on, the truck runs great and has a small delay when starrted.. what can/do i need...


1345 is cam and crank sensor correlation its mainly the cam sensor going out, also the delay start that also trigger a camsensor code they call it excessive crank time check the fuel pressure that is capable of setting a cam code (1345) If fuel pressure is good (55-60 psi) expect to replace the camsensor you might as well do the crank sensor heres a nightmare on this code it can set if the distributor is off one tooth and yes these distributor have high failure rate

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Sounds like your crank sensor or cam sensor is malfunctioning. Their positions are not correlating which means they are not in perfect alignment according to the computer. I don't think the parts are very expensive and probably not that hard to replace. I replaced both on my 99 Ford Explorer, and I don't recall it that difficult. Anyway, hope this helps.

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What is code P1345?


I had the p1345 on my 2002 Silverado this week. The code means Crankshaft/camshaft position correlation. In other words the cam is not where it is supposed to be in reference to the crank. It could be the Cam position sensor, the crank position sensor , the gear on the distributor or the timing chain. The quickest and cheapest check is the distributor gear which is what mine was. It's quite common. The gear is about $60 and can be replaced in less than an hour with the right experience. The engine won't usually run if it's the crank sensor and the cam sensor is a little more.

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2003 caravan will not start!!!


Hi..
On your problem with the Caravan.

If you Have replaced the Crank and Cam sensors. And the Code Cam/Crank Correlation sensor.
Is found.
Normally this code is present When the Timing belt or Timing Chain, Is out of time 1 or more dents
On the timing due to Skip of the timing belt or Chain.

But don't forget check the connector at the sensors. For any damaged or corrosion on the pins.
Ok.. I hope this help to try diagnostic your car.

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