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#1 Old 01-06-2008, 01:44 PM
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Location of the Crank, Cam, and TPS Sensors

I'm planning to install an AEM FIC soon, and need to know the locations of the Crank, Cam, and TPS sensors. There are two electrical connectors near the throttle body. I'm not sure which one is the TPS. My car has the 2.7L V6 engine.

I will be tapping into the wires near each sensor for ease of installation.

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Re: Location of the Crank, Cam, and TPS Sensors

the cam sensor is on the right side of the engine on the end of the intake cam of the rear bank. the crank sensor is close to the starter... i think lol i know its in that general region. ya just checked it right above the starter. and i believe the tps is the lower sensor inline with the butterfly

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Re: Location of the Crank, Cam, and TPS Sensors

Here you go man. The Crank Position Sensor is down on the block behind the front header.




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Re: Location of the Crank, Cam, and TPS Sensors

Is there a special trick to the clip holding the crankshaft position sensor? I push down that metal clip but I can't get it to come loose for nothing. Its a 2003 so its probably either just stuck really good or I'm doing something wrong.

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Re: Location of the Crank, Cam, and TPS Sensors

pull the metal clip all the way off (sideways), then pull the cable off.

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Re: Location of the Crank, Cam, and TPS Sensors

For anyone whos about to do this to their car, i just did it and its a mother to get to.

If you can't find it, look at your coils where your wires plug in, underneith that are two connectors. One of those connections (on my car it was the black one closest to you) leads to the crank sensor. Follow it back with your hands, it goes right into the wall near the bottom of the engine.

I had to remove the hose from my radiator because it blocks your view.

This might not be the case on yours, but i couldn't fit a socket onto the bolt (like there literally isnt enough space between the bolt and the sensor to fit a socket...). I had to use a little 10mm wrench and luckly mine was loose because its so retarded trying to get your hand down in there.

And im not bumping an old thread i read this thread 3 hours ago when i couldn't find the sensor and i wish someone would have wrote this^

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