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PLEASE HELP!!! Diagram for Crankshaft Position Sensor on 1997 Chrysler Serbing LXI V6

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Old 09-05-2009, 11:11 AM
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Default PLEASE HELP!!! Diagram for Crankshaft Position Sensor on 1997 Chrysler Serbing LXI V6

Hey all - new to the forum and could really use your help....

Car kills at low speeds and problems firing up when warm - plugs, rotor replaced to no avail

Trying to replace the crankshaft position sensor but have no idea where to find it - can anyone point me to or provide a diagram??

Thanks a bunch in advance for any help!!!

Angie
Mpls, MN
 
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Old 09-06-2009, 03:11 PM
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Look under the distributor near the transaxle bell housing. Consider replacing the entire distributor, not just the rotor. Browse around the forum here as there has been lots of discussion on the subject.
 
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