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Crankshaft sensor where in the hell do i find the sensor in a 2003 outback, 3.0L, H6? thanks much!

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crankshaft sensor - 4e71aec1-4912-46cf-ab87-4effd6dff975.jpgIt is pretty difficult to just see. The first picture is the general location. You do have to remove the air intake chamber, I believe you will also loosen the wire harness underthat the runns on the intake and finally if you look at the bottom picture where the bolt is with that arrow there is a cover there that you have to remove just to get at that bolt in order to remove the sensor. Hope this helps.....

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