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How to test a crank sensor with a voltmeter (All Chrysler models)
The tests shown in this video apply to camshaft, crankshaft and vehicle speed sensors on ALL Chrysler models, in all production years. The vehicle being tested is a 1997 Jeep with a 4.0L engine. Chrysler has changed very little in regards to their hall effect sensors throughout the years. Older systems used an 8-9v reference circuit (power supply), where the newer systems use 5v. And with all of them, the signal circuit is a 5v pull-down design. Engine Performance Diagnostics chapter 21 pages 20-29 Tests shown - how to check a crank sensor with a voltmeter -what does an on/off digital signal look like on a voltmeter - how to check the 5v reference and ground to the sensor - how to perform a bypass test - how to verify signal circuit integrity Tools used - digital multimeter - jumper wire - backprobing pins - incandescent test light - scan tool Related videos - 1997 Dodge Neon no start, crank sensor problems - How to test a crank sensor (Chrysler Dodge Jeep) - How to test a cam sensor with a voltmeter (All Chrysler models) - 2003 Chrysler-Dodge 3 8L No Start (faulty crank sensor) Playlist (Chapter 21) Ignition inputs, cam and crank For more information on this topic, I have written a “field manual” called Engine Performance Diagnostics which is available at as an eBook or paper book. Want even more diagnostic training? Whether you are a DIY trying to fix your own car, someone looking to become an auto technician, or a current auto technician that wants to get more into diagnostics, subscribe to ScannerDanner Premium There is a 14 day free trial. On ScannerDanner Premium I will bring you right into my classroom at Rosedale Technical College. You will find page for page lectures taken right from my book as well as exclusive classroom type case studies. What is so special about these classroom case studies? I pull live problem vehicles directly into my classroom and we troubleshoot them in real time, using and applying the theory and testing procedures we learn during the classroom lectures. There is no better on-line training of how to troubleshoot automotive electrical and electronics systems anywhere!

Camshaft Position Sensor | Dodge Durango 4.7l
Camshaft Position Sensor | 2002 Dodge Durango replacement | How to replace I replaced the camshaft sensor thinking it was bad. My engine kept stalling and shutting down. It ended being my PCM/ECU. I was experiencing engine stalling after the engine reached a certain temperature. Leave a comment if you have any questions. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------- Stay connected: Instagram: Website: And Subscribe!

Crankshaft Position Sensor 2002 Dodge Durango 5.9L V8
This is a short video giving guidance on replacing the crankshaft position sensor on a 2002 Dodge Durango with a 5.9L V8 engine. At the same time I am replacing my PCM (installation not shown here) due to ocassional and intermittent stalling, not restarting and a "no bus" displaying in the odometer. There are many potential causes for the "no bus" message, so this is not necessarily the solution for that problem, but if and once you can confirmed that you need to replace your crankshaft position sensor, this should help. I've seen a video or two of people doing the repair on a RAM 1500 pickup with the same engine through the wheel well rather than topside like I did. However, the pickup trucks do not have the extra A/C and rear heat lines that you see in the wheel well of the Durango which make it impossible to access from that direction. NOTE: I am not a licensed mechanic and claim no responsibility for issues you may encounter when performing your repair. This is only for your reference. I am not endorsing any specific products or services. Hope this helps you!

Cam position sensor 2007 Dodge Dakota 3.7 v6
My 07 Dakota wasn't upshifting to the top gear, and when I checked the code it showed P0344. That came up as the cam position sensor. After changing out the camshaft position sensor, I tell what I did. *It's not a bolt, it's a nut that goes on the stem*