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Guys, just decided to run the code check to see if the car was throwing any and the peake code reader displayed code 10. No SES light.

10 - Crankshaft sensor

Any ideas on what exactly this is?

As well, before I look into getting the sensor replaced I would like to reset the code and see if it gets thrown again.

For the life of me, I can't figure out how to reset codes? Any help with this would be appreciated. Thanks
 

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To reset the Peake, you have got to set the Peake to another function and press the "Go" button ... I "think" the function is "Fc" (rusty memory, I suspect ... anyway, it is in the manual) ... The book will tell you, or you can call Peake Research.
 

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Reset it and see if comes back. It mightve been a leftover code from a while back.

As for resetting, yea read the manual, man! If you don't have one, set the function to CE (I'm nearly sure it's the next one right after the code reader).
 

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CE MIL Reset. (Resets “Check Engine” or “Service Engine Soon”)
When you have selected cE in the display, you are now ready to
reset the MIL “malfunction indicator lamp”. Pressing GO will execute
the reset. When finished it will return to “Fc”. This clears all faults and
extinguishes the MIL. To verify the reset, UNPLUG the tool and start the
engine- MIL should be off. (Note: After a MIL reset on some models with
Automatic Transmission, the Automatic Transmission Light will be on. To clearit, simply start the engine twice.)

If you don't have the manual on paper, you can download it here.
 
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