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Crank position sensor

I took the bolt off of it now I cant get the thing out can I just take the 1 bolt off the pulley next to it or do i have to take the whole unit off? Thanks!

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  • em141111 Sep 27, 2008

    Hi again how do I find a diagram to put the serpentine belt back on right Thanks for your help It's not in the manual or under the hood

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    Hi again how do I find a diagram to put the serpentine belt back on right Thanks for your help It's not in the manual or under the hood

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    You must remove the whole unit

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2.In addition to your normal set of tools, you will need a tiny (mechanic's style ignition set) 5 mm wrench. A socket will not fit!
3.Once you've got a lot of stuff out of your and before you're-assemble everything, take a serious look at replacing the following: 2 rad hoses, 1 thermostat bypass hose, 1 thermostat, 3 belts, camshaft sensor, oil filter (as it is in the way & must be removed)
4.90% of this job will be done from the bottom, so put the front end up on axle stands or ramps (preferred as axle stands can get in the way for this job).
5.Disconnect negative battery terminal.
6.Remove upper rad hose.
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9.Remove oil filter and you might as well drain the oil too.
10.Remove crank pulley.
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14.Spray some WD40 or equivalent on the electrical connectors for good measure.
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