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I'm guessing the noise is the starter or starter solenoid trying to work but has a poor connection. Going from what you say about the storm I would be looking in that area for a poor connection of the wiring. The crank sensor wouldn't make any noise.
I do not know the part numbers but you have 4 sensors. 2 pre and 2 post catalytic converter. The pre sensors are the most sensitive and are generally the ones to fail. the rear sensors usually have a heater circuit problem. If your just replacing them for routine service interval I would just do the fronts. They connect to the engine wire harness in the front of the transmission pan. You may need an o2 sensor socket to remove the fronts. They are just a 22mm. in size.
Try inspecting your vehicle's fuel pump relay. The relay is a sort of "OFF/ON" switch that sends signals to the fuel pump when the ignition switch is turned. If it has failed, the fuel pump will not get a signal to power on.
Hello, The crankshaft sensor is located at the left rear of the motor, behind the left cylinder head where the transmission bolts up. I believe that it has a 6mm allen head screw holding it down. I hope this helps. CYA, Gator241