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I was trying to fix the crankshaft poshing sensor must not be in all the way would this make the car have problems the dash light up like a x-miss tree and the lights cut out help me

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CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR HAS POOR CONNECTION OR DAMAGE WIRE CONNECTOR,OR CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR HAS TO BE RELEARNED WHEN REPLACED.

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