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Where is the crankshaft position sensor located on a 1994 Mitsubishi Eclipse?


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2006-01-26 23:31:59
2006-01-26 23:31:59

On a 94 Turbo DSM there is no crank angle sensor. The Cam Angle Sensor(CAS)serves the function of both a crank and cam sensor, and it's located on the passenger side of the valve cover at the end of the intake camshaft, you can't miss it.


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