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Im having trouble finding the crankshaft position sensor in order to change it.

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it's your alternator (64)
1 Engine control module malfunction
11 O2 sensor malfunction (Car usually runs weak when this code appears) (If a V6 this relates to the O2 sensor on the drivers side In a 4x4 Or the one at the back of the engine on a Galant)
12 Mass air flow sensor circuit malfinction
13 Intake air temperature sensor (Comes on if you have chucked the sensor away to fit some big fancy K&N induction kit!)
14 Throttle position sensor fault
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22 Crankshaft position sensor (Try cleaning the dirt off the end before replacing)
23 Camshaft position/distributor hall sensor (Common on Galant 1800)
24 Vehicle speed sensor
25 Barometric pressure sensor (Another name for the MAP sensor)
31 Knock sensor circuit
36 Ignition timing adjustment connector fault
41 Injectors circuit malfunction
44 Ignition coil/ignition amplifier cylinders 1 and 4
52 As above for 2 and 5 (on a V6)
53 As above for 3 and 6 (On a V6 too)
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55 Idle speed control actuator malfunction (A good injector cleaner and a thrash up the motorway usually fixes this!)
59 O2 sensor (if you have a V6 this is the sensor on the passenger side ona 4x4 and the one at the front on a Galant etc.)
61 Transmission control module/engine control malfunction
62 Intake manifold air control actuator/position sensor malfunction
64 Alternator malfunction (remember to check under load and when revved up)
71 Traction control vacuum solenoid malfunction (check the pipes for leaks)
72 Traction control vent solenoid malfunction (usually blocked with dirt)

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