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Dodge 2500 5.7 crankshaft censor replacment

Where is and how do you replace the crankshaft censor

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The crank sensor is located on the right or passenger side of the engine, at the back on top of the transmission bell housing. It is held in with two bolts and has a single electrical plug on it. Hope this helps and good luck.

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