Question about 1996 Mazda Protege
I took my 96 Mazda Protege in for overheating they found the radiator cracked, I had the radiator replaced along with a hose and clamps and a faulty thermostat. The mechanic started the engine and let it run and the engine checks out ok but the check engine stays on I'm being told it's the PO335 crank positoning sensor I was told it would be ok to run the car with the check engine light on without damaging the car. Is this true? And how hard is it to replace this sensor?
The sensor is not to hard to change takes an experienced mechanic a little less tan an hour if it does not brake. it really doesn't hurt your car to run with a faulty sensor but if the sensor competly craps out your car probably won't start i would get it repaired if i were you so your not stranded some where.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
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