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Old 16-10-18, 07:02 PM   #1
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Hey guys I'm new to this site so hi there. I'm just wondering I have a peugeot 307 sw 2litre and need to change the crankshaft sensor but cant find it for the life of me just wondering whether any of you guys no where I can find it so I can get it changed thanks.
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It depends on WHAT 2 litre choice of 3

I would also ask WHY you want to change it its not a common issue
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It depends on WHAT 2 litre choice of 3

I would also ask WHY you want to change it its not a common issue
What you mean by choice of 3 and not long brought the car and I got it back home and day after refused to start and my mate placed a diagnostics on it and it came up up the code relating to the crankshaft sensor
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3 different 2L fitted to these cars Need HP rating
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3 different 2L fitted to these cars Need HP rating
Sorry yeah as much as I no it's 136bhp
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The engines are coded for their type. Have you got that too?
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The engines are coded for their type. Have you got that too?
This is what I can tell you about the car sorry but I'm still getting to no the car and understand it
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Old 16-10-18, 08:03 PM   #8
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Try getting a Haynes manual as they are better than nothing.
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Old 16-10-18, 08:14 PM   #9
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136 HP is 16 valve RHR engine code and crank sensor is at the crank pulley wiring could be the real issue hence the reason i asked WHY

Other 2 litres are 8 valve and in the bellhousing hence the reason for asking WHAT engine.
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136 HP is 16 valve RHR engine code and crank sensor is at the crank pulley wiring could be the real issue hence the reason i asked WHY

Other 2 litres are 8 valve and in the bellhousing hence the reason for asking WHAT engine.
Sorry yh I knew it was a 16 valve but I was unsure what you meant by it and thanks for the info will help me out alot tomorrow as long as it's dry anyway.
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