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Old 08-27-2012, 04:18 PM   #1
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Everysince I got the car it hasnt gone 3500 rpms it is throwing the codes for injector and crankshaft position sensor. now is the crank sensor in the distributer? if so we have a brand new one on it. as far as the injector it runs fine? so any suggestions?
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Year/make/model/motor swap?/obd0 or obd1? This info will help with diagnosing your problem.
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i tried to help from my experiences, cus on my crx if i take the distributor off and the fuel rail if i turn the little thing on my distributor my injectors squirt fuel
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Reset the ECU. Do both codes return?
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Everysince I got the car it hasnt gone 3500 rpms it is throwing the codes for injector and crankshaft position sensor. now is the crank sensor in the distributer? if so we have a brand new one on it. as far as the injector it runs fine? so any suggestions?

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