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IS THERE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CRANK SHAFT SENSOR, AND A CRANK SHAFT POSITION SENSOR???? THIS IS FOR A 1996 BUICK REGAL

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    I JUST REPLACED THE CRANK SHAFT SENSOR, AND STILL NOTHING, TURNS OVER BUT WON'T CRANK, SPRAY GAS IN INTAKE,,,,,CRANKS RIGHT UP...........WHAT NEXT?????

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Need to replace the crank shaft sensor, any advice on what needs to be done to access the old sensor to remove it.

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No they are the same thing

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