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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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On a 2001 with the 3.5L it is located on the front of the engine, more to the drivers side than the passenger side. You will need a 15 mm socket and an 8 inch extension for the starter bolts. You will need a 10 mm wrench for the plastic shroud which helps support the starter, and also the sensor bolt uses the 10mm wrench as well. I found it easier to slide feet first under the properly supported car to do the work. The higher you can get the car, more arm room you will have as the sensor is in a kind of awkward space.
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