I would say its near the crank, hence the name Crank position sensor. since
the crank is at the bottom of the engine it will be down there. I believe it
needs to bet set to a certain distance from the crank and that is critical,
so if your not comfortable doing that, get it in to a reputable shop.
You will have to remove the two bolts from the cruise control servo. unplug
the cruise servo and pull it up out of the way. You will then be able to see
were the Crank sensor sticks out of the bell housing. It is about the 8:00
o'clock position with the distributor. I believe it is a 10 mm bolt holding
in the crank sensor. You have to feel for it. and use and extension. then
hook on the ratchet and take it out.
Reverse for install.
Bolted on the trans housing, you can actually see it and be able to remove
the bolt thru the left front wheel area looking at the trans. the hardest
part is getting the connector off and then back on. Much easier on a lift.
thanks i found it and changed it . buttttttttt the guy at autozone sold me
the wrong part for the camshaft position sensor code. i changed the
cranksensor and check engine light came back on and cam sensor code again
i heard this sensor is inside the distributor and i just changed that out 3
months ago. what's the odd's of something bad in there? thanks Randy
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