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Hello and welcome to just answer, my name is ***** ***** master tech here to help. I cannot see or hear your vehicle so I rely on your patience and input to my questions to better help you. I read your notes and have a question before we proceed. Have you got a code reader or can borrow one to see if there are any stored codes in your ECU?
sometimes there may be a code stored under history or pending not current with light on, this is where to start. also this may indicate it may not be a sensor if no codes present.
Bang o definitely, and that is where to start with a known fault that can effect it that way. Replace the crank sensor.
Could you please send my the exact code you had on the scanner as this may have bin different , did you replace the crank sensor? cancel codes and did you re check for codes now?
that reader is very vague on it's assumptions as I prefer to see the code number as it can be the sensor, wiring to the sensor , pick up teeth on the crank or Ecu. si if you don't mind get back to me with that code number or have it read again when you can . I will be here to further assist you.