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The vehicle stalls unexpectedly, will start at times and it might get to a point where it wont start at all, usually if the sensor is not working properly the vehicle's ECM should detect and send a trouble code.

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The first thing you should do is remove your new crank shaft sensor and clean the mount point with a degreaser and your connectors with contact cleaner and a wire brush. Once you do this you should put your crank shaft sensor back in and see if it works if not i would suggest bring it back to the shop you got it and trying to have them replace it because more then likely if it still dose not work you may have gotten a bad censer out of the box.

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