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Crankshaft position sensor

You seem to have alot of knowledge - what is the best way to get to the sensor and remove it? We seem to be having trouble reaching it and it doesn't want to come off very easily? Can you give us some instruction on how to replace it? It would be very much appreciated!

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  • tcinterist Feb 14, 2009

    need same crankshaft location for 2002 altima 2.5 l. Also is cam sensor the same as crank sensor and located top rear of motor above thermostat housing?

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Crank position sensor on a 2000 Altima is inside the distributor. Your model car does't have any other sensors (cam sensor). All inside the distributor.

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