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Join Date: Dec 2008
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Looking on the front of the engine it is at 11 O'Clock by the crankshaft pulley. Use a 10mm wrench to remove 1 bolt. Removing the sensor requires firm but finess if it's been in for a while. A screwdriver will aid in its removal just be careful and don't break it. It slides strait forward. Apply a little oil to the O-ring on the new one, bolt it in and your good to go.
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In loving memory (86 F250 6.9 non turbo, 4 spd, 457,000
SAM HOUSTON KNEW HOW TO HANDLE THE PROBLEM OF ILLEGAL IMIGRANTS,,,JUST ASK SANTA ANNA