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Where the crank position sensor is located on 1991 dodge dakota

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If it is like the 5.2 V8 I had, it will be on the
top of the bell housing at the back of the motor

I can look in my 1992 dakota manual if you need help

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SOURCE: 1997 Dodge caravan crank position sensor

it is located on the bellhousing of the transmission it gets its signal from the flywheel.look where the transmission bolts to the engine.

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SOURCE: Crankshaft position sensor location - 1991 Dodge Dakota 5.2L

it is on the passenger side on the back off the motor.there are two allen head bolts or 13mm.it goes into the transmission and normally has rubber at the opening.you should be able to gets this from the top follow middle of valve cover on pass. side the go strait back toward the fire wall.please rate this answer.

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SOURCE: Location of oxygen sensor on 2004 dodge dakota

One of them is located on the driver's side of the motor and connects to the exaust manifold.

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SOURCE: location of the thermostat on a 2000 dodge dakota 3.9l v6 located

right in front on top of motor follow your top rattior hose to the motor

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SOURCE: where ia the location of the crank sensor on my 2000 dakota 4.7

Hello max06197: My name is Roger and I will help. You will find the crankshaft position sensor mounted into the right rear side of the engine block. Just behind the freeze plug. Should you need further help please just ask. Please rate the quality of the answer. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger

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See Figure 3
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Fig. Fig. 3: Crankshaft position sensor location-V6 and V8 engines

  1. Unbolt then remove the sensor from the engine.

To install:
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