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Cannot remove cranksensor

I removed the bolt holding the sensor in. could not pull or turn the sensor.
used plyers and of course the plastic crumbled. drilled a hole in the center
and screwed an a screw managed to pull the sensor 1./2 way out but is
now stuck again. any tips or tricks to get this stupid thing out would
be greatly appreciated.

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There is a oring on the end of the sensor which is probably stuck .penatraiting spray can you get a hold of any of the sensor with it 1/2 out that the biggest battle wiggle back and forth or pull the oil pan which sucks which i have had to do .then you can tap it out!

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