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Does replacing the crank sensor in a 1991 Chevy Corsica stop it from stalling while driving?

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2006-07-08 01:36:00
2006-07-08 01:36:00

IF... the crank sensor was the problem then it might. However, it is unlikely. I agree, although they are known to crack, It usually results in a no start condition from what I have seen.

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