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Our car sputters and sometime dies while driving

Where is the crank sensor

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Hi,

Crank sensor is located beneath the intake between the starter and oil filter it has one small bolt in it remove the bolt and pull the sensor out and just stick the new one in put the bolt back in it and plug it up but make sure you disconnect the battery before you do anything that bolt is probably a 10mm or a 5/16.

Hope i helped.

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