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Crank no start or spark . suspected crank sensor..went to replace found

(2004 Ford Explorer)
in Omaha, NE on January 08, 2013
the outside ring where the belt rides was seperated from crankshaft pulley and was pushed back towards the engine. can this be repaired without pulley removal?..if not any guesstimate on repair shop cost?
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of Greg's Orange Auto on January 08, 2013
repl with new only,it will fall off again
on January 08, 2013
I agree, it has destroyed the crank sensor, replace both parts and that will fix it. Check the belt also!
on January 08, 2013
Did this ring have a toothed metal ring attached to it? And what type of engine do you have? 4.0 liter engine? I suspect you have a major timing issue now and the engine may have been damaged.
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