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I having trouble finding the crank position sensor on my mitsubishi galant.

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You did not specify year or engine size, but...

The crank position sensor is located inside the timing cover, behind the crank pulley.

The wiring for it extends out of the timing cover by the motor mount upwards to a three wire triangular connector. On four cylinders the connector is mounted by the front corner of the head. V6 models the connector is mounted in the valley between the heads.

Later 4cyl models integrate the connector into the lower cover, but the sensor location is still the same.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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HI' to find the crank sensor you need to remove timing cove, Is by the crankshaft pulley

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SOURCE: I am having trouble finding the cam shaft

The CMP sensor is mounted on the left end{opposite end from the timing belt}of the cylinder head...

Posted on Feb 12, 2010

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