How to Install a Crankshaft Sensor in a 1997 Dodge Neon Sport?

Answer The Dodge Neon arrived in the 1995 model year to replace the aging Dodge Shadow. The Neon hit the market with plenty of cheeky advertising, including the “Hi” campaign that seeming ran at an en... Read More »

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How do I Fix a Crankshaft Sensor in a 1997 Dodge Ram 5.9?

The crankshaft sensor on the 1997 Dodge Ram 5.9-liter engine sends a pulse signal to the powertrain control module (PCM), which tells the PCM the rpm of the engine (engine speed) and the position o... Read More »

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 »

How to Change a Neon Crankshaft Sensor?

The Neon crank sensor is a cylindrical-style sensor mounted into the engine block. Its sole purpose is to aid the computer in determining the position of the number-one piston relative to top dead ... Read More »

How to Replace a 2002 Neon Crankshaft Sensor?

The Engine Management System (EMS) in your 2002 Dodge Neon uses the crankshaft position (CKP) sensor and other data to efficiently operate and make adjustments on various systems. Thus, a failed CK... Read More »