Engine cranks but won't start
2003 Ford Taurus 3.0 liter 24 valve no start cranks OK.You will not believe what the problem is.You have to see this !!!!!!!!!
Camshaft Position Sensor P0340 Testing and Replacement HD
Click Here to Subscribe! http://youtube.com/carsntoys Website: http://carsntoys.net Today we're testing the camshaft position sensor, along with its harness connector. The sensor consists of a permanent magnet, core and coil. When the engine is running, the gap between the sensor and cam sprocket will periodically change. This generates a voltage and sends the information to the ECM. Code P0340 could be generated by the following reasons: - Harness or connectors is open or shorted. - Camshaft position sensor - Starter motor / starting system circuit. Tools Used: Safety Glasses 10mm wrench Digital Multimeter (DMM) Starter Replacement Video: http://youtu.be/q8n9OZfwKrM Note: This video is being performed by an experienced tech. Any attempt to repair automotive parts and/or systems carries risk of personal injury. Always adhere and follow safe practices when working on vehicles. Such as, use safety glasses, jack stands, no loose clothing, etc. No guarantee or warranty is implied. Use the information in this video at your own risk. Publication, reproduction or distribution of this film is strictly prohibited. This was performed on a 1997 Nissan Maxima. Please check with your vehicle's repair manual for testing parameters.
How To Check Crank Shaft Position Sensor
I accidently damaged the Ckp sensor on the Hyundai when changing the timing belt. I take full responsibility, and show how to make sure the wiring is good and sensor is at fault.
Renault clio not starting - Crankshaft position sensor problem
Sometimes a Renault Clio may not start because of problems with its crankshaft position sensor. It will turn over but won't fire up. The crankshaft position sensor is used by the cars ECU to determine where the crankshaft is at any given time, then it can decide when and what spark plug to use, and what injector needs to spray, if the sensor is faulty, it has no way of knowing what to do and therefore will not start. Its quite an easy component to get to, its found just below the air filter housing, and is held in with 2 10mm bolts and an electrical connector, a quick clean usually gets it fixed. About 2 years ago the clio was having problems with this constantly and was having no start problems quite often, i was regularly cleaning the sensor as it was getting covered in oil, it turned out that the oil was leaking through the air filter housing as the crankcase breather was blocked, when cleaning the throttle body i also cleaned the crankcase breather. In this video i replicated the problems i had by simply unplugging the sensor, although it was a bit dirty, it was still working fine, when there was an oil leak the sensor used to get covered in muck. This is the throttle body cleaning video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02OAzLkbgwk Although i don't show cleaning out the crankshaft breather pipe or PCV valve in the video, when you have the inlet manifold off its easy to clean it out. Anyhow its a simple fix that should help if you need to get your car started.