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Im trying to locate my crankshaft sensor on my 1995 dodge dakota v8 does anyone have a diagram or can tell me exactly where it is .. do you have to remove anything to get to it ..is it easier to get to from the bottom or the top

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    Terry Pollard Nov 17, 2012

    I found it ..it was a little below the passenger side rear of the valve cover

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It's almost certainly going to be beside the crankshaft pulley. Try looking from underneath the car and search for the unit, or the wires, leading from it.

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SOURCE: Crankshaft position sensor location - 1991 Dodge Dakota 5.2L

it is on the passenger side on the back off the motor.there are two allen head bolts or 13mm.it goes into the transmission and normally has rubber at the opening.you should be able to gets this from the top follow middle of valve cover on pass. side the go strait back toward the fire wall.please rate this answer.

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SOURCE: Camshaft sensor location

The cam sensor on the 4.7 is located toward the forward edge of the right cylinder head (passenger side). This has a 3 wire connector, tan/with yellow tracer is sensor signal, black / light blue tracer wire is sensor ground and the orange is the 5V supply.

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SOURCE: Where is the camshaft sensor located on a 04 dakota 4.7l v8

It is on the side of the right cylinder head near the front just below the valve cover.

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SOURCE: getting crankshaft sensor unplugged and out

it is easier to do it fom under the vechicle because mounts it on top of the transmission if you can not reach it from the top it normally has allen head screws that hold it in it mounted usually on the top of the bell housing next to the engine.

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I am stupid when it comes to cars, just to warn you. i need to know exactly how to get to my crank sensor on a 1991 3.9L Dodge Dakota 2wd auto.


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See Figure 3
  1. Remove the air cleaner assembly.
  2. Unplug the wire from the sensor.



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Fig. Fig. 3: Crankshaft position sensor location-V6 and V8 engines

  1. Unbolt then remove the sensor from the engine.

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***This can be viewed at autozone.com. become a member and look up repair guide for crankshaft postion sensor. *** be sure mounting surface is clean before installation.

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