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It is referred to as the CKP (Crank Position) sensor, and it is under the cover on the right end of the crankshaft.

The "speed sensor" is the VSS (vehicle speed sensor) and that detects the transmission output shaft rotation (i.e. countershaft sprocket).

There is no such thing as an "RPM sensor". The RPM is inferred from the frequency of the CKP sensor. The RPM is inverse to the length of time that the crank takes to turn one revolution.
 
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