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Electrical Connesction Loose or broken.

On the passenger side, behind the tire, There is a sensor with a clip connector, It is right in front of the crankshaft pulley, If the engine wont turn when trying to jump start, the connector is not making good contact. This connection will also keep the car from starting, The engine will turn over but will not fire. This is a problem I'm having.

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That is clearly your crankshaft position sensor. Replace it. Car should be fine afterwards

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