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Crank sensor location on 2000 Cirrus with 2.5 motor

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Hi ronco your crank shaft sensor should belocated in the front of ur motor on the crank pulley or it may be part of the damper pulley or behind it but it will be hard to see,... you will need to get under the car to c it but it will be right in that area torwards the bottom

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