I've got a 1995 4 cylinder ford ranger standard shift...can I bypass the crankshaft sensor since I broke teeth off the back side of the pulley the sensor runs on?

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Asked by Jul 07, 2013 at 09:53 PM about the 1995 Ford Ranger

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No. It has to have that sensor to operate properly.

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why release the can of worms (problems)...just fix the flywheel, what's it like four bolts at 80 pounds torque~ http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Stock- OE-Flywheel-1995-2007-Ford-Ranger-B3000-3-0L-6-Cylinder- /310557061523?hash=item484ea4b193&vxp=mtr

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thanks, that's what I thought.....

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excuse me six bolts...got one used from my local junkyard for $25- not that bad of a job...loosen the motor mounts and transmission mounts and use a wooden "wedge"...it's okay if you don't mind workin' on your back~

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