How to repair a crank sensor?
1999 Plymouth Breeze

How to repair a crank sensor?

(1999 Plymouth Breeze)
when i turn the key it spins but does not start. i changed the spark plugs and put a new coil on. it still wont start. i think it is the crank sensor?
3 answers & 0 comments
Popular Answer
on August 10, 2013
What engine might be helpful. I suspect a timing belt.
Sign in to reply
Oil Leak Diagnosis
$88 - $111 Learn More
on August 10, 2013
What engine might be helpful. I suspect a timing belt.
Sign in to reply
on August 10, 2013
Pull the spark plugs and check compression, if it is frees spinning its most likely the timing belt
Sign in to reply
on September 15, 2013
That doesn't sound like spark plugs. It sounds like the starter drive is sticking, either have the starter drive replaced or replace it with a reman or new starter. Its located on the right front of the motor. Can't miss it. Takes two bolts to hold it and one wiring harness plugged into the silonoid. If you decide to replace the starter, disconnect the ground cable to your battery. The negative ground is located on the Strut tower, drivers side. Once you have replaced the starter, connect the ground cable back on the strut tower. You will need to redo your clock and radio after
Sign in to reply

Similar Questions

View answers to similar questions from RepairPal's community of auto experts and enthusiasts.
Confused on starter wires hookup.it does not seem right
My fuel light comes on and gage drops then light turns off and gage goes up it does this all the time and i lose...