Rod Crank Sensor

NOTE

The new CKP o-ring has a blue teflon coating that provides lubrication during installation. It is not necessary to coat the o-ring with engine oil to install it.

1. See Figure 8-5. Install new CKP sensor (1) and o-ring with fastener and captive washer (2). Tighten to 8.2-10.7 Nm (73-95 in-lbs).

2. Route CKP sensor wiring harness through cable clip (3) on top of jiffy stand bracket. Latch cable clip.

3. Route CKP sensor wiring harness to wiring harness on left side of radiator and attach to connector [79B].

4. Secure CKP sensor wiring harness to fan wiring harnesses with new cable strap.

5. Install left side radiator trim cover. Make sure no wires become pinched under cover.

6. Replace maxi-fuse. See 8.5 MAXI-FUSE.

7. Start engine and verify proper operation.

1. Crank position sensor

2. Sensor teeth

3. Flywheel

Figure 8-4. Flywheel and Crank Position Sensor

Figure 8-4. Flywheel and Crank Position Sensor

1. Crank position sensor

2. Fastener with captive washer® 8.2-10.7 Nm (73-95 in-lbs)

3. Cable clip

Figure 8-5. Crank Position Sensor Mounting

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