The shaft Distributor needs to be re-installed exactly in the same position it was removed. Another important function of the Crankshaft sensor is to ensure synchronization of operation between the Crankshaft and Camshaft with the help of Camshaft sensor. The computer then uses that information as a reference upon which to base ignition timing ad … justments. So milage, symptoms and typical engine failures are pointing toward it. This was great help in changing the crank sensor or my Nissan. The 2002-2005 Explorer has a very well-established record of expensive transmission failure at under 100k miles.
. My plan is to replace the Cam Position Sensor since it's a cheap part and not to much of pain to change. Since 1919, Standard Motor Products has engineered a full line of engine management products, including ignition parts, sensors and on-board computers. I think they should place a recall on this part, or at least provide the part without charge. Nothing done to it lately, or ever really. Divide the number of dips by the number of divisions to get an average voltage dip.
I would not buy any aftermarket sensors because of the effort required to replace the sensors. It's not smooth at idle in or out of gear. May 05, 2017 nido virgini, There is a certain way that the sensor goes in when replacing it. Now, the sensor on the F-150 was near the front of the engine. Anyone have a recommendation on timing kit? Are the Crankshaft sensor and the Crank snsor the same? Oh by the way, it took me about 4 hours to get the stupid thing off. It does this because when a sensor fails, the system's ability to control the throttle is compromised and as a safety meausre to keep the engine from accelerating when not commanded to do so, the throttle is limited.
Do the test in daylight with no loads on--no radio, no headlights, no blower. Even though I have included all of the steps and hints I used. Down here is your cam shaft position sensor. Sounds perfect and the car runs amazing. Road test your vehicle to see if the check engine light returns. Regards Jim Just another question related to this thread. I agree it is a good idea to replace the connector on the new sensor before installing since the green button on the connector must be returned to the locked position.
While doing my research I have discovered that I am among several other people who have had this problem and ford had not placed this on recall. We'll fast-forward as Mike does this. I read this thread and when I went back to my mechanic with the print of it he did not believe me. I have a 2000 5. Answer 1 It is a sensing device which detects each revolution of the crankshaft, and the rotational position of the crankshaft at any given time, in order to provide that information to the engine computer. My mechanic diagnosed it he replaced the sensor with no improvement.
It has been almost 2 months now, and Ford still can't tell us when the part will be shipped. Pull off the valve cover breather hose with the air tube. I am not a mechanic; but using these instructions, I completed this in about one hour. I used a small flat bladed screwdriver, like the one you would carry in your shirt pocket, and slowly worked it between the sensor flange and the block. Brought to you by www. They are the same part, so if 2002 had to be recalled and they are the same part then why was 2004 not recalled.
Good luck remember rated this help. So Ford wants you to perform a generator frequency test to diagnose the problem. I installed the connector to the sensor while it was out of the block - the green tab still did not pop back into its original position on its own - so. So electrically it's working as It should. Basing it on a trusted mechanic's experience , codes, sound, and basic testing.
After you get the sensor in properly then you will have to drive it for a while so that the computer can relearn the new parameters from the new sensor. Technician A says the crankshaft position sensor monitors the crankshafts speed and rotation. Take the sensor off and see if the blade is properly turning the sensor. The shop took it to our local ford place and they stated that the sensors in the throttle body needed to be upgraded and that was what was causing all the problems. We hope this video helps you out. Many thanks to the author of this information.
I was shocked I removed the sensor housing to find the magnet in the top totally destroyed! I would attempt it but working out in the cold below freezing isn't enticing me. The problem may have been the diode plate in the alternator, or it may have been the voltage regulator. I went back to the supplier and had the alternator checked and it was charging enough to keep the battery working but it did not produce enough for the proper function of the can sensor. The system consists of accelerator pedal position sensors, or sensor on the throttle pedal there are more than one as back ups incase one fails , throttle position sensors out on the throttle body itself and there are more than one of these too and a throttle motor that actually opens and closes the throttle plate. The information below is compiled of tips I found on the internet … and my own experience. My mechanic went to his parts place and they sent the same one. The sensing wheel contains a se … ries of equispaced drilled hole or slots.