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How do i change my crank sensor

I need help knowing if changing the crank sensor is an easy thing. how do i?/

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Pretty easy it has one ten mm bolt holding it down ethier on the trasmmision side (bellhousing) or on the belt side near the crankshaft (main belt pulley) it will have a single thick black lead coming off it and this should turn into a three wire plug it may be located under the crank shaft pully and would require you remove the belts and the pully and if so you would need a stong impact gun or honda crank pully holder and a breaker bar i would look here first i think it is behind there, unplug and unbolt this and make sure if there are any shims or spacers under it that they go back how they were i am assuming you have no spark? or an intermittin stall situation?

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