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How do you locate the crankshaft sensor on a 1998 kia sportage?

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2008-09-24 02:34:55
2008-09-24 02:34:55

I have a 2001 Sportage and the crankshaft position sensor is located right where the engine and trans meet. I can not get to it from above as it is directy behind the dipstick by the firewall near the middle of the car. You will have to get to it from under the car. I could barely get my hand in that small space. There is one bolt holding mine on... but I can't figure out how to get the bolt off yet. Stick your hand up near the dipstick and the mounting bracket for the exhaust pipe. Unplug the one end and get that small bolt off and you're in business.

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