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My 1998 Honda Accord LX 4 Cylinder won't start. Diagnosis from CP9125 reads Code 182, which means the Crank Position Sensor is Bad. What's the Process of removing the old Crank Position Sensor?

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I think yours is pretty intensive job.

1)Remove the left front wheel

2)Remove all accessory belts.

3)Remove the crankshaft shaft pulley

4)Remove the plastic lower timing belt cover

You should now see the sensor bolted to the block with one bolt. The wiring for the sensor is on the right side of the timing cover

Hope this helps and good luck to you.

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