I was just wondering if still need a help from a blind man and that can not read !
I will still give an opinion on the subject
and supply you with some info on the crank position sensor
if have an access to a scan tool or an OBDII reader should check for codes , if not suspect crank position sensor(CKP)
CKP sensor utilizes a pick-up coil type sensor mounted on side of engine block or on bottom of timing cover. The CKP sensor monitors crankshaft position and sends signals to ignition control module. These signals provide PCM with a TDC position reference for each piston, as well as supplying an engine speed (RPM) signal. This allows PCM to fire appropriate ignition coil at the proper time, determine triggering of the fuel injectors, and to compute crankshaft position and RPM. CKP sensor signal is also used to detect a cylinder misfire by monitoring changes in crankshaft speed
Saturday, December 11th, 2010 AT 12:38 AM