The sensor is located on the back of the engine, near the firewall, near the ignition module. Remove the retaining bolts, using a socket, then pull the sensor off the engine. Lubricate the new O-ring with engine oil, then slide it on the new sensor, then install the new sensor and tighten the bolts to 71 inch-pounds of torque.

What tools do I need to replace a crankshaft sensor?

  • Floor jack.
  • Jack stands.
  • Ratchet and socket set (1/4” or 3/8” drive)
  • New crankshaft position sensor.
  • What is a crank relearn procedure?

  • Run the engine until the vehicle reaches normal operating temperature (ECT > ~65C or 150F).
  • Put the vehicle into Park (auto) or Neutral (manual).
  • Turn off all accessories including the A/C, heater, and fans.
  • Turn the vehicle off.
  • Apply the parking brake.
  • Press the brake pedal.
  • What are the signs of a bad crank sensor?

    Symptoms of a Bad Crankshaft Position Sensor

  • Your Check Engine Light is Blinking.
  • It's Difficult to Get Your Vehicle to Start.
  • Your Vehicle is Stalling and/or Backfiring.
  • The Engine is Making Your Vehicle Vibrate.
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    What does crankshaft sensor relearn do?

    The crankshaft position variation learning feature enables the computer to compensate for part manufacturing tolerances. This allows the computer to accurately detect an engine misfire throughout the engine RPM range.

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