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I am on my third sensor and I still can't get the correct voltage coming through the sending wire. The car will crank , but will not start. And the code keeps telling me the sensor is bad. The camshaft sensor tested to be okay. I'm not sure what I should check next.
 

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what kind of voltage are you getting
 

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I am on my third sensor and I still can't get the correct voltage coming through the sending wire. The car will crank , but will not start. And the code keeps telling me the sensor is bad. The camshaft sensor tested to be okay. I'm not sure what I should check next.
Using OEM crank and cam sensors will eliminate 90% of recurring ECM codes and the crank sensor may need to be aligned for some vehicles to start after replacing it, which causes the PO300 random misfiring code.
 
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