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My 2002 Lincoln v8 will not crank. I had the computer read and it said the Colin on cylinder 6 was bad. The oil temp sensor was bad. The transmission range sensor was bad and the fuel injector sensor was bad. What would make it not crank? And has anyone else had problems with this? If so, what did u do too resolve it?

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Trans range sensor would be my first go to.

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