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Crankshaft Sensor Where is the crankshaft sensor located in a1988 Cutlass Ciera 2.8L

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The cps is located underneath the car, about three feet back from the front bumper. It is mounted on the rear side of the engine block. You are looking for a round cylindrical device about four inches long. It is pretty hard to get out, as it is kept in place by a magnet inside the engine. Prying it out with a flathead is recommended. But go gently about it.

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