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Where exactly is the crankshaft position sensor 1999 dodge diesel 5.9L

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It's bolted to the block, (Cylinder Block), near the rear of the right cylinder head.

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    its behind the starter. pull the starter, 3 bolts 10 mm 12 point wrench, and one bolt on crank sensor, you may have to move the dipstick, a little to pull it straight out,, Also disconnect the batteries, he RED wire on starter will arch, if you ground it!! jc

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Normally the crank sensor is located down by the harmonic balancer. i think its only a 2 pin plug. look towards the bottom area of the balancer for that

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get a repare manual it should help you. look on line at autozone.com it might show you. bobg22

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