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Need to remove crank sensor on 1991 940 (2 litre)

My volvo will not start and it has been suggested the crank sensor is at fault

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Had you had the car scanned? It could be something else? Fuel pump, relay, fuse...
Is there any spark at the plugs? Is there fuel coming to the injectors?
There are a few things that can cause a car not to start, Is the engine light on?
Best way is to get the car scannd, if not you'll end up replacing unneccesary parts by trial and error.
Cheers

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