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Working on my children 2003 Stratus 2.4L engine. Getting a P0335 and also P0340 code. Ns cannot find the Crankshaft sensor to save my soul. Google foo and a Haynes hands-on did not help. The is no by the oil filter. Any aid will be significantly appreciated.
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1984 evade Daytona Turbo Z 2.2L 5-speed 160K miles1992 dodge Dakota 3.9L V-6 4-spd auto 4WD 242K miles; 2011 Chrysler 200 2.4L 6-speed auto 142K miles"Good judgment comes from experience. Endure comes from negative judgment."
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Welcome to dearteassociazione.org. The DiamondStar Sebring/Stratus/Eclipse coupes usage the Mitsubishi 2.4L and not the residential 2.4L offered in the Sebring/Stratus/Breeze sedans.Haynes might be for the sedans. A whole various animal.
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Perhaps this is my difficulty I must be in search of the Mitsubishi 2.4L engine. The video clip above the Bob posted was no help.
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It is the Mitsubishi 4G64 Sirius engine:Mitsubishi Sirius engine - Wikipedia (at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitsubishi_Sirius_engine )The 4G64 might be either SOHC or DOHC.The residential Chrysler 2.4L is DOHC only.
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Well, for a Crankshaft position Sensor, the apparent thing is to monitor the bellhousing and also rear of the engine block every the way around, trying to find something an installed there with wiring.
1984 evade Daytona Turbo Z 2.2L 5-speed 160K miles1992 evade Dakota 3.9L V-6 4-spd auto 4WD 242K miles; 2011 Chrysler 200 2.4L 6-speed auto 142K miles"Good judgment comes from experience. Endure comes from negative judgment."
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Thank you imperial Crown. Looks prefer it will be rather of a bugger come replace. Working on car is never easy.
The crank sensor on Mitsubishi engines is situated on the front, behind the crankshaft sprocket because that the time belt.The reluctor wheel is pinned to the sprocket.You need to partially disassemble the time cover because that access.

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Since both the cam and also crank sensors room being affected, you can want come look into what both have in typical first. Mechanically, has the timing belt been serviced recently?Electrically they might share a ground and 5 volt supply from the ECM.What symptoms space you having? Does the run? Is that stalling?Do friend have accessibility to a scan device that can display you the cam and also crank sensor claims at idle or as soon as cranking? look at for one of the sensor signals to be lost or missing, climate investigate that sensor circuit.The cam and crank sensors monitor the valvetrain timing relationship and also if that is jumping around, the can cause false codes.Diagnose first.
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