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How do i line up the flywheel with the crankshaft so the sensor picks up the signal.

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SOURCE: CRANKSHAFT SENSOR

No, no, never move the magnet, replace the sensor, it is most likely setting the code.

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SOURCE: need torque specs on flywheel to crankshaft for

go by the size of the bolt shank the thicker the bolt the more the torque ,also use some form of locktite on them or contact adhesive will do ,if a 15mm head then about 65lb if 17mm then 75lb and 19 mm 85lb ,and dont forget the sticky stuff

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