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How do i change crankshaft pos. sensor on 2000 eclipse gt 3.0. vehicle runs fantastic but everyonce in a while engine flutters like your popping the throttle, pretty violent, check engine light came on and says cps sensor please help. (cant see or find cps sensor where the hell is it)

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The sensor shoudl be behind the timing cover the bottom gear as teeth sometimes you can get it off without removing the gear on some 3.0 hole driled on lower side of block ,if its a chrysler engine look at bell housing they have a flywheel with holes in them the cranck sensor will be bolted somewhere around the bellhousing of trans aginst the engine

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