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Old 10-04-2010, 06:45 PM   #1
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crank angle sensor

is the crank angle sensor behind the pulley on my h23a1??? my check engine light is code 4 (crank angle sensor) i dont know how to fix the problem. car wont go over 3100rpm
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is the crank angle sensor behind the pulley on my h23a1??? my check engine light is code 4 (crank angle sensor) i dont know how to fix the problem. car wont go over 3100rpm
Mmm maybe im wrong, but i think its inside the dizzy?... Im really not sure.
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what is that lol. i cant find the sensor
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its in the distributor. You have to replace the distributor to fix that code, unless you have a wiring issue.
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its in the distributor. You have to replace the distributor to fix that code, unless you have a wiring issue.
Glad i was right.
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ah must be the crank position sensor behind the pulley then huh
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ah must be the crank position sensor behind the pulley then huh
its the same sensor, and its inside the distributor.
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it is crank position. the crank pos is ran i belive from by the distributor down behind the pulley. you actually have to take the pulley off to get to the sensor. i ran a diagnostic test and came up with p0335
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you have a 96 model 4th gen?
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It must be a 96. I think that's the only year 4th gen that is OBD2.
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you have a 96 model 4th gen?

yes sir thats correct
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ya 96 si
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Old 10-06-2010, 12:39 PM   #13
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Well, just in case anyone didn't know, the OBD1 (4th gen) sensor is in the dizzy, and the OBD2 (5th gen + 96) sensor is behind the timing cover.
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