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Re: How To: Replace Crankshaft Position Sensor

I can advise that with my large hands I found that I could nod do it from the inside of the car but once I removed the trans crossmember bolts and lowered the trans down II was able with a long extension remove the bolt and was able to reach up replace the sensor and install the shield and bolt. For what it is worth.

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