ok...it's mounted on the bell housing on the drivers side toward the front....there's a way to test it before replacing if you are familiar with an ohm meter and have one at your disposal.....let me know, and i'll give you the step by step test procedure...
Yes constant spark and fuel. But no run. The other strange thing that happened about a week before the shift light that nev worked started to work for about a half a day and stopped working again ... Guessing that the injectors are not firing but I would think I would get something from the starting fluid
It turns over just fine but will not run........ If you crank it for a min or so you get that feeling that it wants to run but nothing we have all heard that sound just that little more and she go but nothing
The thing I'm stuck on is that old thing you have fuel YES you have spark YES then should run
I ordered the crank sensor it has 150,000 miles on the motor the cam sensor looks ok but never know
The problem started Monday morning drove around all weekend no problems (normal driving ). There seems to be good pressure on the rail but don't have a gauge going to try the sensor and see what happens . She does sound like she wants to start sounds like it really needs. A tune up but did that new cap rotor wires plugs
replaced crank sensor no help still no start....
I have spark and fuel at the plugs my next thow money at it thing is replace the
cam sensor its on order I tried to ohm it and got nothing out of it but as the dodge place and the other parts places if i have spark then that should be working
So I am at a loss if anyone has any ideas please put them forward my next item is the computer ..............
You try checking the injector @ harness with a noid light?
Cam sensor is in the distributor.....
yes fuel at the plugs when i turn the motor over with the plugs out i get a mist of fuel out of the plug holes
dont have a noid light and yes the cam sensor in the distributor and seems no one has it in stock you would think one of jeeps used in everything motor no one has parts in stock for it not even jeep dealer
thats why i replaced the whole distributor. no one had the sensor in stock, but advance did have a distributor with the sensor installed in stock, i needed it asap, could not wait so had to pay extra, but o-well
Yes it's a pain Need to set the timing on mine and hopefully it will start
Yours might be the same problem as mine after replacing the cam sensor it seemed to want to start but is off time
Going to try again tomorrow
Crank sensor for me did nothing try cam sensor first pain in the butt to replace as you have to take the distributor apart
Hopefully tomorrow will have better news because my next throw money at it is replace the computer or better yet scrap it and put new motor in it
The timing was off. The cam sensor was bad had to pull the distributor out to replace it and when I put it back in must of been off a tooth or more that started in the pull it out damn I'm 180 off and try again well I was only really 90 off so once I got everything reset top dead #1 both valves closed timing mark correct and she fired....
My advice take a lot of photos so you can be sure where everything was and how it sat
awesome man thanks alot so did you have to take the dist right out then to change the cam sensor. ive taken one dist out before and ya its not a fun job glad she got running for you that great. I ordered my cam sensor today im gettin it tomoro and well see ill keep you informed again thanks alot.