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Old 11-03-2006, 09:09 AM   #1
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Default PIC of Crank Sensor for 95 T/A LT1

Anyone got a pic of the crank senor or can you be spacific and explain its location please.
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thought the 96 and 97 had them
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Well the scanner is pulling a code 18 and saying that it's a crank sensor. The book says a code 18 is the injector driver.

Problem is: number 3 & 8 injectors are not firing correctly and I'm dropping cylinders. Hooked a nood light and they intermittenly like their loosing ground.
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Well the crank sensor is at the bottom of the timing cover
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thought the 96 and 97 had them

yes i belive just the 96 and 97 had them. my 95 doesn't.
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yes i belive just the 96 and 97 had them. my 95 doesn't.
Okay, Thanks guy's. I didn't think it did either. Now I can rule that out.
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The being that the code said crank sensor, and the book said injector driver, could it be the optispark?
The notched wheel inside the opti provides crank and cam position data to drive the injector and spark timing.
Maybe some of the wiring to the opti is damaged or you have an intermitent(sp?) short somewhere in the circuit.
Try pulling the plug from the top of the opti... Sometimes it gets corrosion damage and a good cleaning of the contacts works wonders.
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code 18 is an injector or wiring problem
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