Crank sensor is behind the crank pulley. The timing belt has to be removed to get to it.
Why are replacing both sensors?
May, 18, 2012 AT 2:18 AM
Thanks for replying-I just decided not to replace the crank sensor-I had no idea the timming belt needed to come off thats very labor intensive-I trhought I would be proactive and replace the sensors since they are realitively cheap-avoid problems in the future-I was told if the crank sensor goes out then the care just cranks and doesn't fire is that true?
May, 18, 2012 AT 2:32 AM
Yes, but is not a common failure. I would keep them in case of a future failure, if it ever occurs.