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Missing sensor, don't know what it is called

I am missing the sensor in the block where the frost plugs are on the passenger side. Don't know what sensor that is.

2000 Dodge Durango 4x4 4.7L

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    knock sensor??



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Sorry, i had someone that used my name on here he thinks he knows it all.... Sounds to me like you are talking about the crank sensor which is on the pass side under the first sparkplug it has 2 13 mm bolts that hold it in, if it is not there then your truck more then likely will not start, or if is does you will have oil all over the engine.there are numerous sensors in the engine so if this does not help, goto pepboys or autozone or any auto part store for that matter and pick yourself up the haynes manual for the truck.

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