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My car went from 70 to 0 in 2 seconds. It wants to start but won't catch. The headlights, radio and heater all work. You can hear the fuel pump come on but it just won't start. The belts are fine.

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Sounds very much like a Crankshaft position sensor

2.0L/2.4L My car went from 70 - 117012176




2.7L 117012177

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