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Crank senor where is the crank sensor located on 1996 town car

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Either were the harmonic balancer is (the big pully in front of engine on the very bottom conected to the crank) will be on the side of it or in the back of the motor. or transmission

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It mounts next to the harmonic balancer on the passenger side of motor,Look under car on the passenger side and the front pulley on the crankshaft,you will see a star or piece with teeth at the back of the crankshaft pulley,you should then see the sensor mounter close to this.This is what the sensor is actually reading is the teeth.

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