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#1 Old 01-09-2010, 04:32 PM
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v10 crank position sensor

can anybody tell me how to get the crank position sensor out of the side of a v10 block, please?
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#2 Old 01-09-2010, 09:09 PM
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Probably takes a bit of twisting, maybe some prying if you can get a screwdriver or something in there. They usually have a little o-ring on them that sometimes gets hard and doesn't like to slide well. They also get oil varnish build up on them that has to basically scrape off on it's way back out through the block. Be careful not to break the head off the sensor though, or you will really have fun getting it out

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ok, I guess I just have to keep messing with it.
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It's like 6 degrees here and the truck is sitting in snow. I have worked and worked on it until my fingers can't take the cold anymore. Maybe the cold has hardened the o ring to much right now and I have to wait until it warms up a little.
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Can you get a pic of the sensor and post it? Might help us give better ideas.

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well I waited until today when it warmed up I plugged in my block heater in and the sensor pulled right out. But, it wasn't the problem the truck still cranks but won't start.
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