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Has anyone here replaced the crank position sensor on a 97-2001 CR-V? I would really like to know how long it took and how much skin you lost. Thanks
 

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When I looked for the replacement part, I ended up with a sensor that is sold as the crank position sensor, but the book actually says it is a "crankshaft fluctuation sensor" and it goes where I expected- in the front of the engine adjacent to the crank pulley, inside the timing cover. I'm going to replace the distributor first, because it's easier, and hope that solves the problem. I really don't want to pull the timing belt in this weather. Thanks for the reply
 

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checked alldata and it shows 3.3hr book time.(sounds optimistic as you can typically have a engine out in less than that) but yes you have to pull the pulley, belts, and covers off. you do not have to pull the t-belt however. it just bolts to the block/oil pump. haven't played with the obdII honda's much. always converted to obd-1 and kept moving. hope the dizzy fixes it.
 
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