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Car will go dead while driving then restart.has a code in computer for crankshaft position sensor

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Mine (quest) would do this at 80 miles per hour with loaded car. Since I keep it at 72, it has not reoccurred. I suggest that the sensor is working fine. There is just a slight engineering problem with my engine that does not produce heat/vibration beyond the calibration of my sensor, as long as I keep the speed down. Fewer traffic tickets also.

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Mine (quest) would do this at 80 miles per hour with loaded car. Since I keep it at 72, it has not reoccurred. I suggest that the sensor is working fine. There is just a slight engineering problem with my engine that does not produce heat/vibration beyond the calibration of my sensor, as long as I keep the speed down. Fewer traffic tickets also.

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