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1999 CIRRUS WON'T START!!!

1999 CIRRUS WON'T START. WHEN I TRY, THE RPM GAUGE MOVES BUT IT JUST WON'T START. I'VE BEEN TOLD THAT IT COULD BE A CRANK SENSOR OR A CAM SENSOR. CAN I CHECK THESE OR AM I LOOKING IN THE WRONG AREA??

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Right area. If it is a 2.4L, replace them. If it is a 2.5L, you need a distributor most likely.

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