Is it behind the pulley? What do I need to take off in order to get to it?
Wednesday, August 20th, 2008 AT 2:12 PM
1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove accessory belt(s). Remove crankshaft pulley, hub, and belt guide. Remove timing belt outer cover retaining bolts. Release cover tabs.
2. Remove timing belt cover. Unplug crankshaft sensor wire connector from engine harness. Remove crankshaft sensor four wire connector by prying out on red retaining clip.
Caution: Always turn engine in direction of normal rotation (clockwise as viewed from front of engine).
3. Rotate crankshaft to position crankshaft key-way at ten o'clock position to place vane window of inner and outer vane cups over crankshaft timing sensor. Remove crankshaft sensor retaining bolts and plastic wire harness retainer. Remove crankshaft sensor.
Wednesday, August 20th, 2008 AT 4:34 PM
I have a 1993 Ford Ranger 3.0. The pick up coil went out. How do I replace it?