Question about 1999 Chrysler LHS
What do you want to repair? If it is damaged you can buy a after market for $50.00 and change it quicker than you can fix the old one but it deends on how bad it is damaged.
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The crank sensor is located in the transmission bell housing on the lower passenger side where the trans bolts to the engine almost right above the right axle shaft. One 10 mm bolt holds the sensor in place. It's not too terribly difficult to change. This pertains to the 3.5l engine.
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Dec 15, 2010 | 1999 Chrysler LHS
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