Crank Angle Sensor
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Beck/Arnley Crank Angle Sensor

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    on my 2000 eclipse it just stoped as i was driving down the interstate,ive cheked the timing belt,its good. the pump seemed weak, so put a new one on it. then i was told it was fuel regulator so put a new one it, and still cant get it to run, i can feed it gas out of a bottle in through the throttle body and itll run, so what could be my problem? please help. i was told it was the crank sensor
    Asked on 8/17/2014 by scott from jonesville,in

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      Hi Scott, I'm glad to assist you! The crank sensor tells the computer engine timing in correlation to the cam sensor. So, you typically can have malfunctioning sensor(s), yet still have an engine that runs. Not very well of course. To have an engine cut off entirely, speaks to a fuel problem. You need to check for fuel pressure before the fuel filter and after the fuel filter and also before the injector. If the fuel pressure is within specification before the injectors, then I would think his injector has failed. If you can feed it fuel and it works I would think he has a problem getting the correct fuel pressure needed to crank it over. Also, bad ground of the power signal from ECU could be an oil pressure issue as well, some cars will kill the fuel pump to protect the car.

      Answered on 8/20/2014 by Vincent from AAP
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