96 CV's dont have crank sensors, they didnt get those till 03. go to
and ask them there, they will be able to help.
On Thu, 08 Sep 2005 20:52:01 -0400, Backyard Mechanic
> And if that fixes the problem, let it dry a few days then fill the
> connector full to overflowing with silicon dielectric grease.
>> I would take a good look at the crank sensor. IIRC it is on the
>> bottom-front of the engine. It would be susceptible to water for sure.
>> Unplug it, if its rusty or dirty, spray some WD40 or something in both
>> the plug and the sensor to flush/clean it out and see what happens.
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