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Old 04-18-2011, 07:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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01 crank sensor position

were is the crank sensor located on a 01 ?
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Old 04-18-2011, 07:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Between the VP and the block.
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Old 04-18-2011, 07:52 PM   #3 (permalink)
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That's the camshaft position sensor. The '01 doesn't have a crankshaft position sensor.

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Old 04-18-2011, 08:16 PM   #4 (permalink)
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its my dads truck, and its gettin worse.... youll be cruizing along nd the cel will come on and tach drops to nothin, and absolutly no balls..... we were told the crank sensor was out and it was running on the cam sensor........? what you think
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98,99,00 had crank sensors 01,02 switched to cam sensors. Same sensor functions though.
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I just went through these exact symptoms. Replaced the "camsaft position sensor" on my 01. Shes back to normal. Hope you have small hands, its tight back there.
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Turn the keyswitch On-Off-On-Off-On then look at the odometer for a code.
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When installing a CPS use a 5 to 6 inch extension on the socket, i used a 1/4 drive, so your ratchet head has plenty of clearance and is functioning in the open just between the power steering resevoir and the fuel filter... and you wont have to jam your hand below the injector pump. Put a small piece of masking or duct tape across the opening of the socket, push the socket over the bolt and that way no worries about losing your bolt.
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My 2001 cummins is throwing the P0016 cank/cam code. Im going to change the sensor today and hopefully it helps.

When its below freezing it barely starts and blows white and has no power till it warms up. But if its plugged in or warm it starts easy and throws no codes. It was in a front end wreck befor I got it and I hope it isnt any of the keys that are off or that my pump might be failing?

Sorry for putting this here, Im new and cant for the life of me figure out how to post a question and thought this was closely realted enough here

My truck is stock except for an edge ez chip and 4inch straight pipe. I just had the ECM looked at and it was fine too.

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Are all 2000's supposed to have ckp sensors? Mine does not nor does it have the wire to hook up too
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