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Fort Myers, FL
You most likely have trouble codes. Codes that wouldn't turn on the check engine light most likely. You need to have the trouble codes read with a full scanner not a generic code reader. You will not retrieve antitheft codes with a generic code reader.
Sounds like an ignition problem. You need to verify if you have spark.
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Yes, it could also be a bad battery.
Go to NAPA and ask the counter sales person that you want the OE replacement pads for your vehicle.
Do you have spark and fuel?
You need to take it to someone who can read the computer for codes. Not a generic code reader but a real scan tool.
What is the trouble code that has turned on the light?
What is the problem and why do you want to replace the crank sensor?
Do you mean a icon of the engine(check engine light)?