With hundreds of crankshaft sensors in our line, we supply comprehensive coverage for all makes, including Chrysler, Ford, GM, Honda, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Toyota, and Volkswagen. To ensure quality, we manufacture our crankshaft position sensors at our IATF 16949-certified facility in Reynosa, Mexico.
To ensure durability under extreme conditions, we subject each of our crank sensors to extensive end-of-line testing, including a 48- to 64-hour-long vibration test across three different planes. For a closer look at our crank sensors, including their premium components, watch the video above.
Our crankshaft position sensors undergo chamber testing that cycles from -40 degrees to 257 degrees Fahrenheit. We also subject each sensor to extensive end-of-line timing, pulse width, and signal amplitude testing.
Located in the timing cover, or on side of the block with a cylindrical portion inserted in the block, crank sensors (a.k.a. crankshaft position sensors or crankshaft sensors) set ignition timing, supply the RPM signal, and determine engine speed. Crank sensors can fail due to excessive heat, faulty wiring harnesses, and sensor movement.
Located in either the timing cover or on the side of the block with a cylindrical portion that inserts into the block, crankshaft position sensors set ignition timing, supply the RPM signal, and determine engine speed.
Matching connectors and tin-plated brass terminals ensure accurate, watertight connection to harness
Factory-installed grommets and wire clips ensure proper mounting during installation
Protective sleeve prevents wires from chafing and creating short circuits
Integrated A/D converter and digital signal processing with dynamically adaptive switch point improves accuracy and operation
High-strength neodymium magnets ensure proper signal voltage to the ECM