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1994 Chevrolet Lumina Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor 6 Cyl 3.1L Delphi

P311-34ED944    W0133-1627992  New

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Delphi Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Delphi
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1994 - Chevrolet Lumina V 6 Cyl 3.1L 189 -
Delphi
1998 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor 6 Cyl 3.1L Delphi

P311-34ED944    W0133-1627992  New

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$26.10
Delphi Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor
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  • Ignition Timing Sensor
Brand: Delphi
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1998 - Chevrolet Monte Carlo V 6 Cyl 3.1L 189 -
Delphi
1993 Chevrolet Lumina Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor 6 Cyl 3.1L Delphi

P311-34ED944    W0133-1627992  New

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$26.10
Delphi Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor
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  • Side of Block
Brand: Delphi
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1993 - Chevrolet Lumina GAS V 6 Cyl 3.1L 189 -
Delphi
2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor 6 Cyl 3.4L Delphi

P311-34ED944    W0133-1627992  New

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$26.10
Delphi Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • On Block
Brand: Delphi
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2003 - Chevrolet Monte Carlo V 6 Cyl 3.4L 207 -
Delphi
1992 Chevrolet Lumina APV Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor 6 Cyl 3.8L Delphi

P311-06E9D15    W0133-1682699  New

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Delphi Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Delphi
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1992 - Chevrolet Lumina APV V 6 Cyl 3.8L 231 3800
Prenco
2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor 8 Cyl 6.0L Prenco

P311-124080F    W0133-1616224  New

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Prenco Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor
Brand: Prenco
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2005 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 V 8 Cyl 6.0L 364 5967
Delphi
2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor 8 Cyl 6.0L Delphi

P311-0303F6C    W0133-1616224  New

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Delphi Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor
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Brand: Delphi
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2005 - Chevrolet Silverado 1500 V 8 Cyl 6.0L 364 5967
FAE
2006 Chevrolet HHR Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor 4 Cyl 2.2L FAE

P311-08C3C0A    W0133-1689974  New

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FAE Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor
Brand: FAE
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2006 - Chevrolet HHR L 4 Cyl 2.2L 134 2198
Spectra Premium
2006 Chevrolet Malibu Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor 6 Cyl 3.5L Spectra Premium

P311-05FCA2C    W0133-1763905  New

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Spectra Premium Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor
Brand: Spectra Premium
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2006 - Chevrolet Malibu V 6 Cyl 3.5L 213 -
Dorman
2002 Chevrolet Cavalier Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor Dorman

P311-0FC2EF0    W0133-1689841  New

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Dorman Engine Crankshaft Position Sensor
Brand: Dorman
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2002 - Chevrolet Cavalier GAS OHV

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97 Chevrolet Z71starter drags when engine is operating temperature

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Question From stevieg36 on 97 Chevrolet Z71starter drags when engine is operating temperature

Starts perfect when engine is cold. Changed starter 3 times, all do same thing. New distributor,timing chain and gears, timing set perfect. It has done it since I bought it. Also replaced ground wires and main wire to the starter. I'm ready to throw in the towel. It has a v8 with automatic transmission

Response From Hammer Time

Have you replaced the starter under warranty every time so you are putting the same brand back in?

Response From stevieg36

Yes, all the same. I was thinking about trying a high torque starter.

Response From Hammer Time

Or at least a different brand. There is no such thing as a "high torque" option for any vehicle. If the application requires high torque, all replacements will be engineered the same, although the quality of the rebuild and parts used can be very different

Response From Discretesignals

probably means one of those aftermarket gear reducted starters.

There is a TSB running around for those for slow cranking, broken starters, and back firing. Problem with the crank sensor causing the PCM to advance the timing during cranking putting an ass load of resistance on the starter. Seen one where it broke the nose right off and another where it blew the gasket out of the back of the upper intake when it backfired.

Also when you replace the distributor you have to set the cam shaft offset, so the fuel injection is syncronized properly. You need a scan tool with the option to set the offset. Also when you replace the cranksensor it is a good idea to do a crank angle relearn.

Response From Discretesignals

Engine - No/Hard/Slow Start/Backfire/Kickback


File In Section: 06 - Engine/Propulsion System

Bulletin No.: 00-06-04-014

Date: April, 2000

TECHNICAL
Subject:
No, Hard, or Slow Start, Backfire or "Kickback" During
Crank/Start, "Grinding" or Unusual Noises During Crank, DTC P0338
(Replace Crankshaft Position Sensor)

Models:
1999-2000 Cadillac Escalade
1995-2000 Chevrolet and GMC SIT Models
1996-2000 Chevrolet and GMC C/K, M/L, G, P Models
1996-2000 Oldsmobile Bravada
with 4.3 L, 5.0 L, 5.7 L or 7.4 L Engine
(VINs W, X, M, R, J RPOs L35, LF6, L30, L31, L29)

Condition:
Some customers may comment on one or more of the following conditions:

^ Backfire during crank/start
^ "Kickback" during crank/start
^ "No" start
^ "Slow" or "hard" start/crank
^ "Grinding" or unusual noises during crank/start
^ Cracked or broken engine block at the starter boss
^ Broken starter drive housing
^ Broken starter ring gear on flywheel
^ Any combination of the above

Cause:
A condition may exist that allows the crankshaft position sensor to command up to 50 extra degrees of spark advance during engine cranking only. This in turn exposes the engine to higher than normal cylinder pressures which may result in an inoperative condition to the starter drive housing, the engine flywheel starter ring gear, or the engine block at the outside edge of the starter boss.

Correction:
Inspect for a stored powertrain DTC code P0338. This DTC will NOT illuminate the "Service Engine Soon" light. If this code is stored, the Crankshaft Position Sensor, P/N 10456607, MUST be replaced and the remaining components inspected for damage (engine block at the starter boss, the starter drive housing, and the engine flywheel starter ring gear).

Notice : When DTC code P0338 is set, failure to replace the Crankshaft Position Sensor could result in repeated inoperative conditions of the starter or flywheel.

Important : Some flywheel wear is normal; broken or missing teeth and/or cracks, are not normal.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

Have you changed the crankshaft position sensor?

1996 GMC 1500 Sierra 5.0 V-8 245,000 mi.- Engine cranks eratically

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Question From donniew6 on 1996 GMC 1500 Sierra 5.0 V-8 245,000 mi.- Engine cranks eratically

When starting cold, Engine cranks normally once or twice then it acts like something grabs the fly wheel and almost stops rotation, Then will crank normal maybe once or twice then it might start or repeats. I had the battery, Starter checked. They both checked out ok.

Response From nickwarner

Do a voltage drop test on the power and ground sides of the starter circuit. Do you have a multimeter? Are you familiar with this test? If not I can explain it to you. Its actually quite simple.

Response From donniew6

I do have the multimeter, However I am not familiar with this test. Please continue!

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

I would replace the crankshaft position sensor. Sounds like the symptoms of one over advancing the timing during cranking. There was a TSB out for that. That can cause damage to the flywheel or even blow the starter nose apart. They can also cause a backfire up through the intake blowing the back of the plastic intake off or blowing the upper intake gasket out.



Found the TSB:

Engine - No/Hard/Slow Start/Backfire/Kickback


File In Section: 06 - Engine/Propulsion System

Bulletin No.: 00-06-04-014

Date: April, 2000

TECHNICAL
Subject:
No, Hard, or Slow Start, Backfire or "Kickback" During
Crank/Start, "Grinding" or Unusual Noises During Crank, DTC P0338
(Replace Crankshaft Position Sensor)

Models:
1999-2000 Cadillac Escalade
1995-2000 Chevrolet and GMC SIT Models
1996-2000 Chevrolet and GMC C/K, M/L, G, P Models
1996-2000 Oldsmobile Bravada
with 4.3 L, 5.0 L, 5.7 L or 7.4 L Engine
(VINs W, X, M, R, J RPOs L35, LF6, L30, L31, L29)

Condition:
Some customers may comment on one or more of the following conditions:

^ Backfire during crank/start
^ "Kickback" during crank/start
^ "No" start
^ "Slow" or "hard" start/crank
^ "Grinding" or unusual noises during crank/start
^ Cracked or broken engine block at the starter boss
^ Broken starter drive housing
^ Broken starter ring gear on flywheel
^ Any combination of the above

Cause:
A condition may exist that allows the crankshaft position sensor to command up to 50 extra degrees of spark advance during engine cranking only. This in turn exposes the engine to higher than normal cylinder pressures which may result in an inoperative condition to the starter drive housing, the engine flywheel starter ring gear, or the engine block at the outside edge of the starter boss.

Correction:
Inspect for a stored powertrain DTC code P0338. This DTC will NOT illuminate the "Service Engine Soon" light. If this code is stored, the Crankshaft Position Sensor, P/N 10456607, MUST be replaced and the remaining components inspected for damage (engine block at the starter boss, the starter drive housing, and the engine flywheel starter ring gear).

Notice : When DTC code P0338 is set, failure to replace the Crankshaft Position Sensor could result in repeated inoperative conditions of the starter or flywheel.

Important : Some flywheel wear is normal; broken or missing teeth and/or cracks, are not normal.

Response From nickwarner

I really need to finda database for TSBs. I would follow DS's suggestion first, as it seems quite likely this is the issue. If not, what you do for a voltage drop test is simple. Realize that a multimeter on the DC voltage setting is simply telling you the difference between its two probes. If you test the battery voltage, the reading you get between the positive and negative terminals is your charge. For voltage drop, place one lead on the battery positive and the other on the battery cable end of the starter. Crank the starter and watch the meter reading. This test only works on a circuit which is under load. The reading you get is the difference between the two ends of the same cable, which shows you how much was lost between the two points during transfer, called voltage drop. Anything over .3v is cause for concern and needs investigation. You do the same test to the main ground wire in the same manner, with one meter lead on one end of the cable and the other at the battery terminal. This shows the actual conditions of your cables while under load, as a continuity test uses just a few milliamps and won't show the issue to you on something like a battery cable.

You can use this test on all electrical circuits both big and small. Its fast and easy. A cable that looks good to you visually could have a small puncture on the back of its insulation that has let in water and caused corrosion inside the insulation out of view. You could have perfectly clean ends, good battery, good starter, and still won't work. The voltage drop test would show you that issue without takinbg anything apart. I do them on undercharging alternators as the first tests before condemning the alternator. Seen a few that had perfectly good ones get replaced and still no charge due to high resistance in the cable which my multimeter confirmed fast.

If you need this demonstrated to you, go to ericthecarguy.com and check out his videos. He has one specifically about voltage drop testing that could be of use to you and its good knowledge to have.

But first follow that TSB up. You don't want to wreck expensive parts over what could be a $60 sensor.

Chevy tahoe starter problem

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Question From vic31_31 on Chevy tahoe starter problem

Hi replaced starter in 96 Chevy Tahoe 5.7 v8 with new remanufactured starter. Starter spinning but not engaging they flywheel. Any advice?

Response From Mr.scotty


Hi replaced starter in 96 Chevy Tahoe 5.7 v8 with new remanufactured starter. Starter spinning but not engaging they flywheel. Any advice?



I would not recommend buying a remanufactured unit.
You might want to spend a little more and buy a good new one.

Response From vic31_31

Took the starter in got it tested it works fine and it is identical to the one I took off. They said it could be a bad connection. I made sure I had good contact on bothe connections. Battery was dead from trying to start it with the old starter. I jumped it with wife's vehicle and starter just spins and does not engage. I read somewhere that the battery not having enough power could cause this so I hooked it up to the charger and will try again. Battery is only about 7 months old if it still doesn't work should I try a new battery?

Response From Discretesignals

Was the old starter that you replaced doing the same thing?

Response From vic31_31

Charged the battery and the starter is turning the motor now but it won't fire and doesn't turn over long before the battery is drained again. try a different battery?

Response From Hammer Time

Charging and testing the battery should have been the first thing you did.

Response From vic31_31

Ignited the battery was ok because it's not very old and this is the first time it's been discharged. I'll get it tested or get a new one to see if it resolves my issue. Thanks to all for the advice so far.

Response From Hammer Time

You can't look for any other issues in the electrical system until you have a known good, fully charged battery.

Response From vic31_31

Battery charged and tested good. Engine turns over for a bit before hearing the loud clunk noise which I believe is coming from the starter again. I'm stumped. May have to break down and have it towed to a mechanic so it doesn't break this starter.

Response From Hammer Time

You may have bigger issues than that.

Response From Discretesignals Top Rated Answer

I'm starting to wonder if this may have the crank sensor problem. With low battery problem and possible crank sensor issue, it could cause the engine to kick back and possibly damage the starter. Some of them could even cause a backfire that blows the intake gasket out. I'd replace the crank sensor just as a precautionary decision.

There is a TSB on this:

Bulletin No.: 00-06-04-014

Date: April, 2000

TECHNICAL

Subject: No, Hard, or Slow Start, Backfire or "Kickback" DuringCrank/Start, "Grinding" or Unusual Noises During Crank, DTC P0338(Replace Crankshaft Position Sensor)

Models: 1999-2000 Cadillac Escalade
1995-2000 Chevrolet and GMC SIT Models
1996-2000 Chevrolet and GMC C/K, M/L, G, P Models
1996-2000 Oldsmobile Bravada
with 4.3 L, 5.0 L, 5.7 L or 7.4 L Engine(VINs W, X, M, R, J RPOs L35, LF6, L30, L31, L29)

Condition:
Some customers may comment on one or more of the following conditions:
^ Backfire during crank/start
^ "Kickback" during crank/start
^ "No" start
^ "Slow" or "hard" start/crank
^ "Grinding" or unusual noises during crank/start
^ Cracked or broken engine block at the starter boss
^ Broken starter drive housing
^ Broken starter ring gear on flywheel
^ Any combination of the above

Cause:

A condition may exist that allows the crankshaft position sensor to command up to 50 extra degrees of spark advance during engine cranking only. This in turn exposes the engine to higher than normal cylinder pressures which may result in an inoperative condition to the starter drive housing, the engine flywheel starter ring gear, or the engine block at the outside edge of the starter boss.

Correction:

Inspect for a stored powertrain DTC code P0338. This DTC will NOT illuminate the "Service Engine Soon" light. If this code is stored, the Crankshaft Position Sensor, P/N 10456607, MUST be replaced and the remaining components inspected for damage (engine block at the starter boss, the starter drive housing, and the engine flywheel starter ring gear).

Response From vic31_31

No old starter would clunk once in a while then quit. Took it off to find part of the housing had broke off.

Response From Hammer Time

If the starter spins but does not engage the solenoid, it has a bad solenoid, plain and simple. It only has one trigger wire and once energized, both the solenoid and the armature engage so you have either a bad starter or a wrong starter. The wiring is pretty much a "no brainer". The only small purple wire goes on the only small "S" terminal.

Response From Hammer Time

Take it back and get another one. Sounds like the solenoid is bad.

what does it mean p0315

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Question From skyluck on what does it mean p0315

Hi I have a Chevrolet aveo 2005 made in Korea with 3410 km , the check engine light is on the result of the diagnostic tool is > DTC: p0315: crankshaft position sensor block error. What does this mean .thanks

Response From Indytech Top Rated Answer

Here are a few of the posiblw causes for this code

Inspect for the following conditions:
1 Worn crankshaft bearings
2 A damaged reluctor wheel
3 Debris between the CKP sensor and the reluctor wheel
4 Excessive crankshaft runout
5 A damaged Crankshaft
6 Interference in the signal circuit of the CKP sensor
7 A coolant temperature that is not within the Conditions For Running the DTC
8 The ignition switch is in the ON position until the battery has insufficient voltage
9 An ECM power disconnect with the ignition ON may erase the stored values and set DTC P0315
This is something that a good DIY could not do ,best take it to your local Chevrolet dealer to have this sorted out under the warranties that it should have
Indy

98 Chevrolet S-10 Will Not Start

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Question From Nonsmiley on 98 Chevrolet S-10 Will Not Start

Hi guys! I have a 98 Chevrolet S-10, 2.2l, 2wd. Just bought it from a buddy, so I don't have all the info on how it was running before, etc. Battery was completely dead so it is unlikely that any codes are stored. It won't start. It turns over; I checked for spark with timing light and it has it, so I thought maybe the fuel pump was bad. Rented a tester and got almost 50 psi at the fuel rail. The engine does not seem to be trying to start. I tried ether, but got the same result, which makes me think something in the timing. However, I also pulled two spark plugs and could not smell any gas on them.

I am about to do some more tests, but thought I would ask you guys before, so you could maybe make some more suggestions. I am not a part swapper, I want to figure out what is wrong with it.

I am going to start with a noid light to see if the injectors are working, then I thought I would check the crankshaft position sensor with a digital multimeter. Lastly, I will pull the timing cover off and check to see if the chain was broken or slipped. Outside of a compression test, I cannot think of anything else on this truck which would prevent it from starting, and before I get involved in any major potential problems, I would like to rule out less invasive causes.

Thanks in advance for your help!

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You need a fuel pump