My 1999 Land Cruiser stalled at 45 MPH in a severe snow storm. The check engine light was on at it came up as a Crank Shaft Position Sensor Malfunction. The truck is running fine now and the check engine light is off. Do I need to replace the sensor or could it have been due to the severe weather and overheating?

Asked by Jan 06, 2014 at 04:19 PM about the 1999 Toyota Land Cruiser 4WD

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You will need to replace it. They will work one day and not the next and strand you.

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