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hello, I'd like to know where the crank sensor is located, my car is a 1997 1.8 engine, automatic trans.
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Here is a screenshot from the site , it might help you out. It is for a later year but location is most likely the same. I could not locate the position in the 1997 manual but I only took a quick look for you.
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it reads off of the crankshaft pulley (that the drive belts run on) and is mounted on a bracket on the lower part of the engine closer to the front of the vehicle on the right side. the wire runs up to the top of the engine.

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