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Crank senor Hi, how do I find my crank senor

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what engine do u have?

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The crank sensor is on the front( bottom) of the engine behind the crank pulley, the pulley will have to be removed to access the sensor. It is the largest pulley directly in front of the oil pan.

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