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we had some flooding last week and Ginger...(my Jeep) was in about 2 ft. of water. It would not start this morning. I got my code reader and got the p0320 error code. I replaced the crankshaft position sensor, reset the computer, and she still won't start. where do I go from here
 

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I'm guessing you have a JK Wrangler so I'm moving your post there (let me know if you have a different model and I can move the thread there).

Hopefully someone in this area can help out.


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we had some flooding last week and Ginger...(my Jeep) was in about 2 ft. of water. It would not start this morning. I got my code reader and got the p0320 error code. I replaced the crankshaft position sensor, reset the computer, and she still won't start. where do I go from here

Are you getting spark?
 

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no. there is no spark. I thought originally it could be the solenoid since that would have been under water
Thanks for the PM you sent me. Since you told me you have a 1999 Wrangler, this thread is now in the TJ section.
 

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Are these error codes accurate? I was getting a 320 when I clearly had a vacuum leak. Is a vacuum leak supposed to throw a 320?
 
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