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Crank shaft gone

Its a daewoo nibira 2 litre auto 51 thousand genuine miles never had any problems before no oil loss car well maintained good service history i am the second owner from new came back from town pulled into drive made a little rumbling noice the engine cut out i wont start i have been tould that the crank shaft has gone can you tell me if this is a common fault with that make of car if not can you tell me how it has gone please the oil level was still full no loss of oil

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If the crank shaft was bad it wouldnt turn over most likely, Crankshaft Position Sensor Possibly?

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