Originally Posted by wjidaho
Not sure their not expensive, kinda a pain to get to, I had mine done, we had temps over 100 when I got it fixed with parts and labor it was like $160, after having the shop do I found out it would have not been as bad to do, on some years I guess you can get to it from the floor inside, their is a bunch of write up on here, good luck, hope you get it figured out :-)
Such bad info.....dude take the starter off and the Crankshaft position sensor is right there. $35 for a new sensor and an hour of your time and its fixed. Might as well go ahead and change the Camshaft position sensor while you're in there. It's right below where you put in oil on the passenger head. 1 bolt, twist it half a turn and it comes out.
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