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My 2006 chrysler 300c 5.7 hemi cranks but with turn over changed fuel pump/relays/ cam&crank sensors I have spark it won't start

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Where s the crank sensor on a 2006 Chrysler 300c hemi?


hi Ed.
this is all i could find.
The crankshaft position sensor is located at the right rear side of the engine cylinder block above the oil pan rail. It is positioned and bolted into a machine hole in the engine block.

or if you go to this link it will show you where on a youtube video.
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Click on the link. Primary voltage to coil and fuel injectors comes from asd relay. You can see the fuses in the picture. The higher fuse is hot all the time, the two lower fuses go hot when relay is energized. The computer controls ground on the control side of relay.
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I have a 94 chrysler concorde. The problem is it won't start, I have replaced the fuel pump and the fuel pump relay fuse. And it still won't start. What should I do now?


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I am starting problem with my chrysler concord 2000 3.2 if din't start it for more than 10hrs this problem happens when i try to star its cranks but wont start i did the test at chrysler and they...


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If it is cranking with out turning over I would check the fuel pump and ignition relay, crank and cam sensors.
Basically you need to figure out if you have a spark issue or a fuel issue. (as long as you didn't have a serious overheating problem). One way to help you figure this out is by spraying in some starting fluid while cranking the engine. If it starts you have a fuel problem, if nothing then you have a spark problem (assuming you didn't blow the head gasket from overheating and was running normally before this happened).
Based on what you've already done here are my recommendations:
No spark: check ignition relay
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There is also one other possibility, that the timing belt snapped. You would need to remove the timing cover to check this.

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