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How do i put a crank sensor in 1999 mercury villager

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YOU DO NOT NEED A CRANK SENSOR. IT DOES NOTHING.

MAYBE NEED A CAM SENSOR IN DISTRIBUTOR. Not aviailable separately.

Rich Porter Reman is best bet. $200

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Posted on Apr 22, 2011

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