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Where is the crank sensor located?

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SOURCE: crank sensor position location

Follow your plug wires to coil pack and module. Once you found the module, follow the wires from there to crank sensor on engine block.

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SOURCE: location of crank shaft position sensor on 2006 nissan altima

its on the back side of the engine near the bell housing there was a factory recall on some of those

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Testimonial: "replaced cap and rotor. still no start. I have spark and changed out fuel filter and still won't start. when it does it will only run about a minute or so. changed o2 sensor also. Do you know if i have a crank sensor? if so where is it located. also the cam sensor. I have no books on this car, maybe i should buy one."

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