does anybody know where and easiest way to replace a crank sensor on a 99 ford Taurus 3.0 single cam?

Asked by Oct 15, 2014 at 01:41 PM about the 1999 Ford Taurus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

ive been having problems with my Taurus, I just replaced the coil pack today because I thought that was the problem, it still wont start, it sounds like its trying to start, just wont, I called a mechanic buddy and he said crank sensor, so does anyone know where it is at and an easy way to access and replace it?

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4 people found this helpful. That one IF it turns out to be CAM sensor

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thanks! and yes its the crank sensor you posted a picture of. looks hard to get to lol

Remove the front passenger side tire and the front inner fenderwell for access.

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