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    Default Buick Skylark Crankshaft Position Sensor

    So i have a 1993 Buick Skylark v6 3.3l and i am not getting any spark. so i changed out the ignition control module and the coil packs and am still getting no spark. Which leads me to believe its the CKP sensor so how do i go about replacing the sensor. thanks

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    The repalcement information is on page 5-11 of your Haynes manual #38025.

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    thanks i was having trouble finding it and on the crankshaft balancer removal part it says just stick screwdriver in the fly wheel? i dont need a special tool? its on page 2e-7

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    rellsun -

    Usually no special tool is required. A big screwdriver wedged into the ring gear teeth has always worked for us.

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    thanks and boy was that crankbolt on tight i had to use a jack to lift the wrench to break the bolt free.

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    Whoa! Yes, they are usually really tight. Good usage of the jack there!

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