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Old 12-26-2009, 09:21 PM   #1
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Hey guys! Got another one of these great electric problems. O.K. New computer, ICM, Coils, wires, plugs, intakes and gaskets. Replaced the crank angle sensor back in August. When it got cold here in Florida about two weeks ago the car started running rough. Checked the wires and it is intermitant fire on 1-6 and 3. the other sare hitting perfect. Any ideas. Is there an easy way to check a crank sensor without replacing it?
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