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The Crank Sensor is reasonably DIYable, providing you don't have short chubby arms.
The easiest way to change it at home is to remove the intake tube and MAF sensor, then remove the throttle-body.
There will then be just about enough room to reach down the back of the engine to get to the sensor.
You won't be able to see what you are doing, so it is all done by feel.
The connection to it is the brown one clipped to the inlet manifold.
Trace that wire down to make sure you are feeling the right sensor.
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