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At the front of the engine on the passenger side. Behind the power steering pump. They rarely go bad. Usually the wire breaks at the plug. To date, I have never replaced one. Again, it is usually the wire.
If you crawl under the front of your truck the crankshaft position sensor should be behind the harmonic balancer, in the bottom part of the timing chain cover, on the passenger's side. The Haynes manual #24065 gives you pictures as well as a step by step way of testing the sensor before you replace it. It also gives you a step by step on how to replace it.
Had this problem. The crankshaft position sensor (on 2003 non-turbo) is located directly under the starter. The Haynes and Chilton books will tell you the complete opposite. They state that it is located near the alternator. WRONG. Oh, it is really a pain to get to FYI.
if after setting for a while will it re-start if so look at fuel pressure regulator chevrolet does not recomend but these are adjustable and will fix problem find good drivability person with gm background can fix you make some calls
it not the book that came wit the car but i help me a hole lot and save me a lot of money. The book u can pick up at your auto part store HAYNES chevrolet impala ss & caprice 1991- 1996. I think it is only about 20 bucks r so man i realy help me out alot