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Product description

Holstein Crankshaft Position Sensors are direct OE replacements for these critical engine components, offering perfect fit, form, and function for flawless operation that restores your vehicle to factory levels of performance. Precision engineered sensor exactly duplicates the function of the OE component - ensuring smooth, powerful engine performance and maximum fuel economy. Manufactured with premium materials that ensure rugged, long-term performance and the heat resistance necessary to withstand high engine operating temperatures. Grommets, screws, and other hardware are included (where applicable) to ensure proper fit and a tight, leakproof seal. Backed by Holstein's 3 year/36K mile warranty - we believe in our parts and our warranty shows it! Arrives packaged in a Zip-Loc style anti-static bag that protects the electronic circuitry and components. The Holstein brand represents a blend of advanced technological innovation and exacting European craftsmanship that stretches back over half a century. This tradition of precision engineering, rigid standards, and optimum performance guides us as we continually strive to enhance our offerings and adapt to continuing challenges in the marketplace. Holstein parts are built to meet OEM specs for form, fit, and function, and provide an outstanding value at any level. Holstein - Parts that perform. Service that delivers.


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Holstein Parts 2CRK0380 Crankshaft Position SENSOR, 1 Pack

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