Q: How to replace crank sensor on 95 lesabre

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Car has hard time starting.Also misfires when driving.I ordered a new crank sensor.Just need to know how to install it.

My car has 179000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

In order to replace the crankshaft sensor on the 3.8 L Buick LeSabre you will need to remove the crankshaft damper using a puller and the sensor is mounted behind the damper. Once the sensor is replaced the damper must be installed using an installer.

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