I believe it is located on backside of engine down low. May have to get at it from underneath. I wouldn't try to test it, if that is the original crank sensor, I'd replace it. Usually the crank sensor is a lot cheaper than the ignition module. If I narrow it down between the crank sensor and ignition module, I always change the crank sensor first.
If you have a scanner that shows live engine data. Crank the engine and look for an rpm signal. That signal comes from crank sensor. Without that signal, no spark and no injector pulse.
An intermittent rpm signal can drive you crazy.
Tuesday, November 20th, 2012 AT 12:52 AM