It's a dual crank sensor. To answer your question, possibly. The crank sensor signals go to the ignition module. The computer has to see both sensor signals or it won't start. With a single signal crank sensor, where the signal goes to the ignition module, without that signal, no spark. I'm not sure about the dual crank sensor? With dual crank sensor, if either signal is lost, the vehicle won't start.
Any applicable codes? Usually the cost of a crank sensor is no where near the cost of ignition module. I haven't priced that dual crank sensor?
At the injectors, do you have voltage?
Friday, August 26th, 2011 AT 7:51 PM