Thank you again. I honestly thought I was in big trouble when that sensor broke off, but what you told me to do worked out. By drilling hole in the sensor and screwing a screw in the hole. I used crowbar and hammer to tap the head of the screw outward. I was able to retrieve the remaining part of the sensor intact.
I installed the new Duralast crankshaft sensor, which was purchase AutoZone. When I test drove the car the check engine light begin to flash almost immediately and I could feel some hesitation. The light would flash then go out and flash again. When I scanned the Van I got P0304 which is the same code I was getting before I replaced the sensor. Any ideas of what I could try next.
Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018 AT 7:26 PM