Question about 2004 Honda Accord
Your crank sensor could be going bad, it could have a bad connection or damaged harness-the chances that there is an issue with the crank itself is a little too far fetched, unless the mechanic thinks there might be something wrong with the reluctor, which is what provides the crank sensor with a signal-that too is kind of rare. I am just guessing here, but I think it's time for another mechanic-he was just THERE when he did the repairs, and now he wants to repair/replace the crank due to a crans sensor code??? You are right, something smells.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
Testimonial: "Guru - Thank you for your suggestion. I am going to take it to another garage tomorrow. "
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