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No they are not. Your cam position sensor is in your opti. Crank postion sensor is located at the very bottom of the timing cover. It's external and very easy to change out. Not sure how much they run.
When you change it out, examine the sensor itself for any mechanical damage.
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um, mabye not, I think they added that separate crank sensor in mid 96 or early 97, before that they used the opti as a crank sensor.
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Don't just throw parts at your car. Get the code number you are throwing and go to www.shbox.com and look at the description. Then on that same site pull up the wiring diagram and test the circuit and CKP sensor.
Well my ses light is not flashing but it is always on. I checked it today and i have four codes. 2 are for the air pump not being hooked up (headers) and the other two are P0335 Crank Position Sensor A circuit Malfunction and the other P0336 Crank Position Sensor a circuit Range/performance. What does that mean? bad crank sensor? It still misses above 5k. I have a new opti on the way will that fix it?? thanks!!
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