Attached the wiring diagram. Verify you have battery power to pin #3 Brown wire of your crank sensor with key on. If no power then check all your fuses. The 15A fuse with designation INJ is what feeds the power. If ok check wire at pin#1 Yellow with green stripe to the computer connector B pin#5 diagram shows what it looks like. Measure resistance. Should be just under 1 ohm. If no resistance then you need to trace for an open circuit. Also check that wire for a short to ground and power by back probing pin #1 on crank sensor connector and other lead touching the battery ground and battery positive terminals. Make sure ECM connector is unplugged while doing this. Then check pin #2 which is black. Chcek it to the negative terminal on battery or chassis ground. If just under 1 ohm your good. No resistance then look for an open in the wire.
If all your checks are good then I would recommend you replace the crank sensor with a better quality sensor. It is possible to remove without removing the belt. Loosen the tensioner and pivot the roller away from the sensor to access the bolt. Let us know how the checks go.
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Monday, October 31st, 2016 AT 6:01 PM