How to Install a Cam Positioning Sensor in 4.0 V6 Ford?

Answer The cam position sensor on a Ford 4.0 V6 is located on the dipstick side of the engine in the forward part of the block. The computer uses the camshaft sensor to determine the firing of the fuel in... Read More »

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How to Install a Crankshaft Positioning Sensor on a 99 Dodge Dakota?

The crankshaft position (CKP) sensor in your 1999 Dodge Durango provides a cranking signal to the onboard computer that is used, along with the camshaft position sensor, to calculate correct igniti... Read More »

What Is a Crank Positioning Sensor?

Crankshaft position sensors are arguably among the most vital on your engine. While the computer can make a guess and compensate for the loss of almost any other, all of the computer's control func... Read More »

How to Tell If the Crankshaft Positioning Sensor Isn't Getting Power?

The crankshaft sensor in modern passenger vehicles runs on 12 volts of DC power. The sensor should receive this power any time that a driver turns the ignition to the "ON" position. Possible causes... Read More »

Signs of a Bad Crank Positioning Sensor?

The crank positioning sensor is one of the most important electrical vehicle components. It monitors the rotational speed of the crankshaft as well as maintains piston timing and overall engine per... Read More »