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How do you remove a crankshaft locator sensor?

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2015-07-15 21:38:55
2015-07-15 21:38:55

Well Jerry and others that run into this problem i want to wish the best of luck. Depending on the make and the model of the car soetimes it is just as easy as obtaining a drill and easy outs and getting it out by that means. More than likely this space is usually on the back-side of the engine right at the firewall. So the usage of a drill would be rough. Another thing that might be used because it is short is a self taping screw and a stubby screw driver for it, and then pair of pliers to get the rest of the caseing out.

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