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Where is the crankshaft sensor on 2.2 ford ranger diesel model 2012

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SOURCE: crankshaft sensor on a 2003

It is under the crankshaft pully..u have to remove the harmonic balancer and then u will see it..it has three little blocks on it .it is on the right hand side of the front of the block

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SOURCE: Ford Ranger diesel has noisy tappets until truck

Hi my name is Tom and I am here to help you.

I drove a diesel Chevy and had the same problem.

I reduced the noise by dropping my oil to a lower viscosity at the low end and keeping the high end the same. i.e. If O.E.M. recommends a 10W30 dropped to a 5W30. This will give you coverage at the high side and lower viscosity at the low end.

There are after market additives which are formulated to lubricate the tappets. Any parts store should be able to recommend which is best. Follow the instructions and do not add too much. They contain a "sticky" nature which could defeat the dropping of your lower viscosity.

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could be a number of things from a bad icp sensor to bad ipr valve. bad fuel pump, bad high pressure pump. bad ficm,,,

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SOURCE: 02 ford taurus crankshaft position sensor location

Its located in the front of the engine mounted to the timing cover near the crankshaft pulley.

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What are the top most common causes for the injectors on a 2001 ford ranger to not fire/mis-fire


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5. Fuel pressure too low (fuel pump)

Not necessarily in order...but start with fuel, move to electrical inspection, then sensor...unless you have a CEL code to start with first.

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For testing crank sensor,check the help link below:---How to test Crankshaft Position Sensor? http://fordrepairhelp.blogspot.in/2012/03/how-to-test-ford-focus-crankshaft.html
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GMC Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensor Replacing? http://schematicsdiagram.blogspot.com/2011/12/gmc-crankshaft-position-ckp-sensor.html

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