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2002 Concorde runs awesome except the ghway it will begin

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2002 Concorde runs awesome except for on the highway it will begin bucking and set a cam sensor and crank sensor codes.I've replaced both sensors the crank sensor had some serious damage as if something had hit it.I removed the new one after a few hundred miles and it did not have damage.any ideas?
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Chrysler
Customer: replied 11 months ago.
the car is still doing the same thing..3.5
Expert:  Gary replied 11 months ago.

Hi there,

If the old crank sensor had "some serious damage", I would say you need to disassemble the bottom end of the engine, before it does blow up.

Can you post a photo of the sensor damage please?

Gary

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
I don"t have it anymore.It's back by the flywheel isn't it?not internal.I just got the car I wonder if somebody damaged the flywheel and the sensor when installing a transmission or engine?If the flywheel is bent where it signals the crank sensor,could that cause my problem?
Expert:  Gary replied 10 months ago.

After some research, it is part of the torque convertor drive plate.

Here is a pic:

I've only ever had only or two cars with damaged "flywheel teeth", and after all avenues were checked, the starter motor came out etc, to find damaged flywheel.

Gary

Expert:  Gary replied 10 months ago.

Hi there,

How have gone with your car?

I think we both know you need to remove the starter motor and maybe transmission for inspection.

Wishing you all the best.

Regards

Gary

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