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Where does a crank sensor sit on a 1996 lincoln continential

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HI. This sensor is located under the hood, on the passenger side area, on the lower part of the engine section. It will be mounted on the engine block, in front of the crankshaft pulley.

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It is located down by crankshaft. If you follow the spark plug wires down to the coilpack & module. Then from module straight to crank sensor

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