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2004 honda civic is there a way to test to see if wires are shorted out on the crankshaft sensor wires before replacing the crankshaft sensor it self?

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You will need a wiring diagram to know
where to start testing

You don't replace the sensor until you
know it is bad and have tested it

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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