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I need some help in finding the crankcase sensor on my 99 Z-71 SIVERADO TRK. 4WHDR. I have looked by the crankcase as they (as i thought were) usauslly are...

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Do you mean crank shaft sensor? If so then it is on the front of the engine on the lower timing cover behind the balancer. Good Luck

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  2. Remove air filter housing.

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