where can i buy a crank position sensor?do i haveto buy a new distributor?

Asked by Feb 19, 2013 at 11:12 PM about the 1992 Mitsubishi Mighty Max Pickup 2 Dr STD Standard Cab SB

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

little truck cranks and cranks but will not start.timing is correct ,big fat blue spark and its getting fuel.it should run there is no reason for it not to.is there a way to test the crank angle sensor?i have recently replaced both timing belts fuel pump and filter, spark plugs  and wires distribubitior, cap and rotor,and the coil.

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Only by crankshaft sensor efi system in the ECU special there is a distinction between ignition procedure, to distinguish between cylinder ignition order may be this web can help you http://www.hobd2.com

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Crank angle sensor. Auto parts stores will only sell the entire distributor. I have been having the same problem and found the part online... $63. EBay. SPECTROMATIC brand. Some call it Ignition Module or crank cam angle sensor. Mine is part number J928. Found on ebay

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