Replacing that cam shaft sensor in a 2006 Savannah 3500 can take some time. Changing it can all depend on what the car is and where it is located.
You should have a check engine light illuminated. If so check the codes.
Find it,unbolt it, pull it out, push in the new one, bolt it snug not tight or youll break the new one Or take it to a qualified mechanic
Not sure what you are asking.The pcm and bcm are electronic control units.The ABS system includes numerous sensors. wires, and brake components.
The knock sensor is located near the idle air control solenoid valve on a 2001 Subaru Forester. The knock sensor is responsible for sensing vibrations caused by engine knock.
Knock sensors detect pre-ignition. (also called detonation, premature combustion) Which can occur due to over-advanced ignition timing, "bad gas", or underrated octane for the design of the car. Putting 89 octane fuel in a car that requres 93 octane will cause engine knock. As the engine vibrates...
od for kia picanto does not function how to solve it
Standing on the driver side, looking under the center intake manifold; you will see a round black object with a 10mm or 12mm bolt in the center, which is the knock sensor.
Answer Yes, they are totally different.The speedometer signal comes from the rear axle abs sensor.
A 1998 Cadillac DLC should be located close to the vehicle steering column. All 1996 and newer vehicles are considered OBD II and are mandated to have a more uniform system for retrieving vehicle trouble codes. DLC (Data Link Connector) must be located in the driver compartment near the steering ...
Need to know if you are asking about the vehicle speed sensor, a front wheel speed sensor or rear wheel speed sensor.
There are plenty of places in order for one to purchase a Throttle Position sensor. However, one might want to check out the website auto repair to have better information.
on throttle body next to Idle control valve.
With the engine off, have a friend press down on the accelerator pedal and let it up a few times while you watch under the hood.You'll typically need to remove some of the air filter and intake hoses to watch the throttle cable function, but note where the throttle opens and closes as your friend...
This sounds like a 2000 model year or newer.There are as many as 12 difrent sensors mounted directly in or on the transmission.without detailed year, and option info as well as a particular sensor to look for no real answer can be given
I'm not familiar with that specific model, but the MAF is typically located on the air intake tubing which goes from the air filter. There'll be a plug which goes into it.The Mass Air Senor is located on the driver's side of the engine. It is attached to the air box lid.
"Mass" would be a general way of saying weight. The weight of a car affects how fast a car can accelerate/decelerate as well as cornering characturistics. It is also a good indicator of fuel economy. These would be factors of physics. A heavy car would require more energy to speed up or slow down...
In the 1994 2.0L engine sunbirds, the VSS is located above the passenger's side drive axle, I would imagine the location is the same for a 3.1.
It is on the bottom of the throttle body. Two screws hold it in . Don't ask me how to get to it.
A 2004 Ram does not have a body computer. The cluster and under hood fuse box handle those functions.
connected to the intake air filter box
The answer below is the correct answer...I just used it on my 04 MDX.Press and hold the select and reset buttons on the right side of the guage cluster. Turn the ignition to run (II), the light will flash once, then stay on steady. Hold the buttons with the ignition in run until the light turns off.
Follow the passenger side axle to the transmission, the sensor is located in housing the axle fits into.
Chances are it wont read the coolant levels meaning your car will go bang!
Cruise Control BasicsCruise control systems have been with us for years. They work very effectively to control the speed of the vehicle, but when they fail they can be a bear to diagnose and fix. Cruise control systems are comprised of electronic and mechanical subsystems. This is how they work. ...
It is on the side of the throttle body opposite the throttle cable.
It will not hurt the engine but it will sure hurt you. Carbon Moxide can and will enter the passenger compartment even with the windows open or closed. Carbon Monide is oderless and tastless. You will not smell it or feel it other than getting sleepy. It will slip up on you without warning. It is...
How to replace throttle sensor kia spectra 2003
must be a Ford.......factory defect because the cruise hot wire stays hot all of the time and melts the switch XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ANSWER XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX No matter what the car is, you need to contact the dealership as there is possibly a recall on it.
I know you can get to 2 of them by taking off the front drivers wheel quite ez I think one is the shift select sensor
Either it is defective or not getting the right input from the engine control module.
4 of 4 Sensors tested suffered severe damage due to poor quality workmanship and metallurgy.The cam synchronizer is a common failure item in Vulcans, with a working life typically between 80-100k miles. It usually doesn't seem to do any damage if caught in time, but as the gear at the bottom of t...
It is located on the throttle body, opposite side of where the throttle cable is attached.
combustion noise sensor signal use To reduce the emission and improve the performance by changing the ignition timing. When the engine is accelerated the timing can change, you get a pinging noise. It senses that and adjusts the timing to compensate. They didn't have this in older engines without...
All O2 sensors are threaded into the exhaust system. Bank 1 is the bank of cylinders that contains the number 1 cylinder. Sensor 1 is upstream (before the catalytic converter) and sensor 2 is downstream (after the catalytic converter). Your Accent has a 1.7 4 cylinder engine and has only one bank...
It is in the diistributor.
Black smoke can be caused by a faulty TPSThe answer is yes, a bad TPS can cause black smoke, it is the reason you have a p0121 code for TPS switch A circuit range.symptoms are ( or can be )Intermittent stumble on acceleration or decelerationBlows black smoke on accelerationNo startBest to get tha...
Between $40 - $60 seems typical. The actual cost will depend on specifics of your vehicle, such as which engine it has.
If the Odyssey uses the same routine as a Toyota, reset is accomplished by setting the mileage meter to total [as opposed to Trip A, Trip B] and then turning the ignition key to off. Then, holding the mileage reset button down, turning the ignition switch back on...continuing to hold the reset bu...
I am assuming you are referring to the outside temperature sensor.This sensor IS affected by wind, but not in the way you think.You may be able to answer your own question by understanding what "windchill" actually is. When it is cold outside and there is wind, the air moving by your skin actuall...
If you got he second hand ECU from the exact same vehicle as yours, yes. If not the ECU will need to be "flashed" to work properly in your vehicle. "flashing" can be done at your local dealership for aprox 1 hour labor charge. It also depends on the vehicle and what year it is. Need more info.
It can but the Battery light should be on. Check with a digital multimeter what the voltage is at the battery, If its 13-14 volts with the car running the alternator is probably o/k
I'm sure this one has been answered many times. Your car has reached a preset service interval for common wear parts like timing belt or such and needs to go to the dealer. Your service intervals are listed in your owners manual, compare them to your mileage to see which item needs service. The l...
The check engine light would illuminate and set a code for the bad O2 sensor.
i only want to repair my car without taking it in to the dealership, thank you
Perhaps a vacuum leak at the power brake booster or the check valve on the booster.
The ETC sensor on the 2002 Olds 3.5 engine is located at the right rear of engine, below the throttle body at the head not the block.
Evap Purge Flow Monitor Insufficient or excessive vapor flow detected during evaporative emission system operation. Try replacing the gas cap. If that does not solve the problem seek out professional help. You will have to reset the light and see if it comes back on. Auto Zone or Advance can sell...
where is the camshaft position sensor laocated at on a 1996 ls 400 lexus
Every car needs a certain type of oil. The manufacturers usually tells you what kind of oil to use. Putting 10w30 oil in a 2005 corvette could really hurt the engine but putting it in a 1999 to 2004 Chrysler 300 M is perfectly acceptable. Considering you didn't say what model of car, this questio...
you shouldn't have any problems as long as all the sensors and wiring are the same or switched to new motor.
all traction control does is slow your motor down when a wheel starts to spin and wont alow you to keep giving it gas to spin out of control While AWD can help you keep from slipping and will help you keep control in ice and snow, remember that you can still slip. Traction control briefly shuts d...
what is a gas sensor never heard of one is it like a muffler bearing?
That would be the O2 sensor after the catalytic converter.
It means that the stability control (traction control) has been activated by the computer. If it is constantly on, it means that the control has been manually deactivated by the driver.
Under the intake manifold. There are 2 of them.
You had best not go there unless you are ABSOLUTELY positive of what you are doing. A wrong move can and will cost you a small fortune.
Most all Cummins temperature sensors are located at the thremostat housing
it will be on opposite side of intake, from the throttle cable cam on your intake. Look for cable that comes from your foot throttle, and look to opposite side for small box with a set of wires going to it.
The check engine light would be illuminated and TPS related codes would be confirmed and/or pending.
It's in the transaxle housing.
I have a 2007 Toyota Tacoma, but I believe the reset steps will be the same for the 2006 model. Here are the steps to reset the Maintenance Required light: 1) Turn your key to the on position (just before it turns the engine over). 2) Push the odometer button until the total miles are displayed a...
It will kick on the check engine light and the car won't go into closed loop
The coolant temp sensor is the two wire sensor located near to where the upper radiator hose hooks to the engine.
Take it to the dealer and have them clear the codes.
No, as far as I can remember, the Focus didn't offer ATC or SATC, so there'd be no need for a module. Give a description of the problem you're having with it, and we can better help you troubleshoot it.
the map sensor is located on top the intake manifold and reads off map sensor just disconnect wire then get a Philips screw driver and take off then replace and put back on
The best place to start is to look it up in the owner's manual or to search it on YouTube.
Under the hood on top of passengers side inner fender.
The TPS is usually held in place by a couple of fasteners and one or two wire connectors that can only be put one one way. You should not have any problem replacing it.