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Hi, My Jag has just been fitted with a new crank sensor as I have broken down twice recently but it was always during say a 70 or 100 mile journey, started to misfire and loose power. Its was fine on short journey's though, any way does anybody know what the exact symtoms are of a worn crank sensor? Got a new one on now but am still apprehensive!!

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