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post #4 of (permalink) Old 18-05-2017, 22:39
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If the car has only just stopped it would depend on the pressure in the pipes so thier is no yes no answer .
The sensor is on the rear of the engine and should be an 6 or 8 mm nut cant remember of hand ( some even have allen keys 4 or 5 mm ) , should be able to follow the wire that connects to it ,crank sensor

ignore the blue plug part as i beleive ours just go straight to the loom and clip on at the sensor itself. also be prepared for a fight , they dont usually come out easily , and before replacing another give the hole a little clean out and a smear of grease .

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