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I need to replace the crank sensor on a 2004 saturn l300 3.0

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If you lay on your back and slide under the front bumper just past the radiator you will see the oil filter housing. It is on the block next to the filter housing on the right side That is where it is on my 2003 l300.

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NO. Find a shop that knows what they are doing, stay away form chain stores.

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