so my car stopped running while i was driving it and when we scanned it for codes it gave us the crankshaft sensor was bad. i need to know where it is and how hard it is to replace. I already have a new sensor but don't know where it goes. PLEASE HELP!!!!
crankshaft sensor on 1999 Plymouth Breeze
by lost in gig harbor in Gig Harbor, WA on October 25, 2010
ANSWER by Johnny Mopar on October 25, 2010
The crankshaft position sensor is realitivily easy to replace. You will need a 10mm socket. The crankshaft position sensor mounts to the engine block behind the generator, just above the oil filter. REMOVAL 1.Disconnect electrical connector from crankshaft position sensor. 2.Remove sensor mounting screw. Remove sensor.
ANSWER by straightshooter51 on June 02, 2013
look under the car on the back of the engine, you will see wiring going to two sensors, one is the crak sensor and the other is a cam sensor.
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