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Not firing after driving through heavy brush and tree limbs. Think it is crankshaft position sensor. Any other ideas welcome. Where is the sensor located?

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I would check the fuel cut off safety switch first ,no idea where it is though but it could be under the bonnet its about a inch square top with a red rubber cover ,push it down and it will clic if its popped out

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SOURCE: crankshaft position sensor on a 1996 isuzu hombre

should be between the crank dampener and the block, i mean they are all relatively the same on all cars should be the only wires running close to the crank dampener

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