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Is that what would make the car start up then die , the computer code read crank shaft position sensor is that a different one?

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Yeah it would make your car die because the sensor needs to calculate how many rotations your crankshaft turns in a period of time. I'm not very experienced in motor repairs and I changed this sensor myself not too long ago. If you find a pic of the location online it's a matter of a screw. Not kidding. So if I were you I would check Auto Zone or Checker

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