If you are referring to the crank sensor, then most likely it is bad, the wiring is disconnected, or the wiring has been damaged. Check that first. If you could get a scanner, you could check to see if there is a signal from the crank sensor. If there isn't one, then that would be where the problem is.
Do a visual inspection on the crank sensor. Make sure the wiring harness is attached properly, there are no damaged wires.
Let me know what you find. And YES, I am confident that the crank sensor replacement had something to do with it. Why was it replaced?
Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 AT 7:29 PM