2000 LS2 Crank postiion sensor

Discussion in 'Saturn L-series' started by Guest, Aug 23, 2003.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Anyone else have their crank position sensor go out on them on a 00
    LS2? Ours failed on us, with a an error code indicating it's the
    position sensor, at 60k miles.

    Of course, after getting it towed to the Saturn dealer, the car
    started fine, (but still held the error code). They were not able to
    duplicate the problem but we had them replace the sensor anyway to
    the tune of $200.

    Just curious if anyone else has seen this problem in the LS's


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    Guest, Aug 23, 2003
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    Brigg222 Guest

    Anyone else have their crank position sensor go out on them on a 00
    I had mine go out at about 30k miles. It went out totally no intermittent
    Mine is a 97 SC2. Had to have it towed to the dealer and I also asked about a
    recall for the fuel pump..........they checked it out and yes it was faulty but
    not bad enough to stop the car from starting. They replaced the fuel pump for
    free and I asked it I could get the tow paid for by them because of the faulty
    fuel pump.....nada.
    They said that replacing the faulty fuel pump for free was all they had to do.
    Brigg222, Aug 24, 2003
  3. re: Towing Options. There's an 800 number on my spare key that says
    "Roadside Assistance" on it - I've never used it, nor do I know if there's a
    cost. We have AAA which includes towing, so does my auto insurance. I
    think I've used AAA once in several years when I ran my pickup out of gas,
    never used or filed a claim with my insurance...

    ....I had the pump done also on my 97SL2 on Saturn's dime - pretty neat.
    Jonnie Santos, Aug 24, 2003
  4. Depends what code is set, but they should be able to do some kind of
    diagnosis in many cases even if the light has gone out..
    Robert Hancock, Aug 26, 2003
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