Question about 1997 Ford Taurus
Try getting a crank sensor from ford also use sandpaper and clean the mounting area of the crank sensor screws, and check all your fuses it is possible that one might have popped while you were prying off sensor none are marked that is why you have to check them all. if you end up changing you cam sensor it is recommended you change the synchronizer gear under the sensor you can purchase both as a kit for about 5o dollars.because if you don't you will soon hear a loud squeal from the gear causing you to go back to that area again.
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