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98 2.5 L crank position sensor

I had a big old brain fart. While rebuilding my 2.5 I replaced the crankshaft position sensor. The engine is installed but I can not find the CPS to connect the wires. Where is it and what do I have to take off to find it?
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Lower front of engine passenger side, it is in a hole in what is called the "engine front cover"
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Thanks. I just couldn't remember which side of the engine it was on. Again, thanks.
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