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Old 07-09-2010, 06:44 AM
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Question Was told it's my crankshaft sensor...

I have a 97 Ranger XLT...sometimes when I turn the ignition I hear a "clicking" sound before the engine will start. It kind of sounds like something is "clicking" into position or something. I was told that it could be a crankshaft sensor. The problem isn't consistent...but seems to be getting more frequent. Any suggestions of what this might be or if it is a crankshaft sensor how big of a job it would be to replace?

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