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Old 09-18-2009, 03:33 PM   #1
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i need an accurate diagram of the crankshaft position sensor for a 96 accord...5 spd 2.2L vtec.....please help i cant seem to find any accurate diagrams.....a link will be enough..no pics of the diagram needed....thanks a bunch guys
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Old 09-18-2009, 04:09 PM   #2
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its located between the crank pully and block. and yes the pully must be removed to axcess said piece.
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Why do you need the diagram?
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Old 09-19-2009, 06:54 AM   #4
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its a bit confusing...the part i ordered doesn't look the same as the part that is on the car...and i need to make sure it is the same....
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Here is a pic of the 96-97 oil pump housing mounted F22B1 & 2 CKP/TDC sensor assembly.

https://www.carpartsdiscount.com/aut...ion_sensor.jpg
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idk if i made myself clear...i have the part...i need to know if i have the wrong one or not......so i need to know where it goes...sorry
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They are located behind the crank pulley mounted to the oil pump housing.



Sorry. I assumed, when you said the part you ordered didn't look like the part on the car, that you knew where the part was located.
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Old 09-19-2009, 07:33 AM   #8
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thank you. so.much.
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is there a way to test it? my car is throwing that code 4. would it be in the same location on my d16z6??
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I would assume that the CKP sensor in your D16Z6 Civic is probably in the distributor. Not the same as the OBD2 Accord posted above. If the CKP in the distributor goes bad that means you will need to replace the distributor.

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• Disconnect the 8pin connector from the distributor
• Measure the resistance between sensor terminals B & F (ECU terminals B15 BLU/GRN wire & B16 BLU/YEL wire)
• If the resistance is not between 350Ω & 700Ω replace the distributor.
• If the resistance is between 350Ω & 700Ω - Check for continuity to body ground on both B & F terminals.
• Does continuity exist
Yes - replace distributor
No
• Test the ECU
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Old 10-26-2014, 11:49 PM   #12
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i know this thread is old but when i put a junk yard engine in my 96 accord non vtec 2.2l when i first started it it had a crank code i cleared it but the engine would go over 2500-3000 rpm. it sounds like its hitting the rev limiter. would a bad crank sensor cause it to not go over 2500 rpm? it hasent thrown a code again.
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Did the junkyard engine have the crank sensor assembly at the crank ? Cause thats where the crank sensor is for your car.
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