2003 Kia Optima Q&A

2003 Kia Optima Question: crankshaft position sensor

how to replace crankshaft position sensor -
Answer 1
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Comment 1
BS answer. If I had time to wait for delivery of a tech manual, I wouldn't be looking here. -
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