Crossfire wont even crank ..... I have a 2005 roster crossfire i just replace the crank positioning sensor it work find for a few weeks but now it wont event crank at all any ideas ..... Any help will be appreciate

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Asked by May 21, 2014 at 02:12 AM about the 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Roadster Limited

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Check the battery connections first, most times when work is done, the battery is disconnected. Make sure those connections are tight and do not have any play in them. Check top and bottom. Was the timing checked after installation of the crank positioning sensor? If not, check that as well. Check the bolts on the sensor that was replaced and make sure they are tight. If you have the specs as to the proper torque, check that. Hopefully this helps.

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