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Originally Posted by rsrmike View Post

I would definately keep a sensor in the glovebox. They are a PITA on the side of the road but can be done. They usually run fine and then just won't crank one day as if killed from heat soak. I usually pull the whole bracket off the dist. stud to change the sensor and use either feeler gauges or modeling clay to set the gap. After I eyeball it along side the old sensor to get it pretty close.
If I were you I would fix your POS crank sensor problem once and for all. The POS crank sensor can quit any time and what if it is in front of a loaded fuel tanker. I know, worst case. Mine failed any time it wanted until I got rid of the POS electromotive sensor.
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