Now after replacing crank angle sensor car still wont start, do i need to do something with the immobiliser or some things like that?
My car has 198000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.
Hi there. What diagnostics were performed? What specification was used for testing and what were the findings of the test? What test was performed on the sensor/circuit? What codes were stored? When a computer stores a code it is meant to lead us in the right direction of diagnostic testing; it does not know what or how, but only that the circuit reading is out of specification. For example: the computer stores a code stating CKP circuit out of range. The computer only knows what it reads, it does not diagnose. This is where a qualified technician steps in for diagnostics. The circuit stated could involve the sensor, wiring harness/connects, ECM, electrical system, or something engine mechanical. It could be an expensive ECM or simply a broken wire. I strongly suggest having a qualified technician perform an inspection to avoid replacing unnecessary parts. Your Mechanic has several technician that can assist you with a car does not start inspection.
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