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Old 06-22-2010
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97 crank pick-up ?

Good Day: I am still looking for the stubling off of idle on this 97, 3,0 engine.
Sptayed the intake with cleaned and things seemed to improve, but by the time the air take was installed, the same problem was still there, a second dose didn't change things.
Does anyone have some info on how to check the crank speed pick-up sensor? can the output be read with amutimeter? how close should it be located tot he teeth? straight on position? or angled for some reason?
any and all suggestions are welcome of course.
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back prob the sensor and put your meter on AC volts.
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