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Crankshaft position sensor and replacements failing after short time.
1999 Plymouth Breeze

Crankshaft position sensor and replacements failing after short time.

(1999 Plymouth Breeze)
When I replace crankshaft sensor with replacement it fails after a short time, I then put the original back in which works for a time then fails again,I then switch it with the previous one and so on and so on
What seems to make the problem better or worse? Replacing sensor with one that failed earlier works for a short period of time then same thing happens
How long have you had this problem? Two weeks
Tags: plymouth, breeze
1 answer & 3 comments
Popular Answer
on September 15, 2017
Hello,
What happens if, instead of replacing the sensor, you just unplug the sensor, move the wire around, and plug the sensor back in?
I wonder if you just have a bad pigtail and connector.
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on September 15, 2017
I've tried that ,the pigtail was replaced by my by mechanic I also took it into an automobile electrical shop and he could find nothing wrong with the wiring
on September 15, 2017
Ok, let me look through the instal procedure
on September 17, 2017
Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated I was wondering if I could have a damaged reluctor ring and if so how difficult would it be to replace it
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on September 15, 2017
Hello,
What happens if, instead of replacing the sensor, you just unplug the sensor, move the wire around, and plug the sensor back in?
I wonder if you just have a bad pigtail and connector.
Sign in to reply
on September 15, 2017
I've tried that ,the pigtail was replaced by my by mechanic I also took it into an automobile electrical shop and he could find nothing wrong with the wiring
on September 15, 2017
Ok, let me look through the instal procedure
on September 17, 2017
Any help you could give me would be greatly appreciated I was wondering if I could have a damaged reluctor ring and if so how difficult would it be to replace it

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