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Hello I will help.
This is a 2002 forester with the 2.5L engine?
The crank sensor is on top of the crankshaft pulley in the center front of the engine. The cam sensor is to the driver's side of that on top of the cam sprocket on the front of the enigne.
I will get you a diagram of the location if you can confirm the year and engine size.
Good, click here for location
Other issues could be a failed computer or the belt has slipped.
How long since the belt was replaced and was the tensioner replaced at the same time?
OK, without spark then I would replace the crank and cam sensors, they are less than $50 for the pair.
You should check the belt timing as well to see if everything lines up. Not knowing about the tensioner you may have skipped some teeth.
let me know how I can help
Pull out the 10mm bolt and wiggle the sensor out of the bore. You will have to bend over the top of the engine bay but nothing underneath. Everything is on top here.
If somone use the coil pack as a hand rest then I would not send it back. That can kill a coil
Glad to help
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Yes, just scroll up to where I said "click here for sensor locations"
Ok, glad you found it.