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Old 07-03-14, 11:11 AM   #1
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Default 2005 2.0HDI crankshaft position sensor

hi having trouble locating crankshaft sensor and what i might have to remove to get to it any help is much appreciated it's a 407 if that makes any difference
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I have been looking for ages now cant find any pictures of location or any info as to were it on here or the net please help must be somebody on here that knows im sure its by flywheel but dont see anything I got a new one to fit
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A Google says:

The crank position sensor is located at the back of the engine block just below the cylinder head. It actually projects into the bell housing and reads the teeth on the flywheel where it references TDC for #1 cyl and RPM's of the crank.

I've never been able to find it on Servicebox, I don't know what name Peugeot are using for the par.
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A Google says:

The crank position sensor is located at the back of the engine block just below the cylinder head. It actually projects into the bell housing and reads the teeth on the flywheel where it references TDC for #1 cyl and RPM's of the crank.

I've never been able to find it on Servicebox, I don't know what name Peugeot are using for the par.
thanks Gibbo I just been on servicebox to can't find it either can I access it from above or below and do you know if I need to remove anything going to look now again
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thanks Gibbo I just been on servicebox to can't find it either can I access it from above or below and do you know if I need to remove anything going to look now again
can't see jack must be a pig to change
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You might see it from above if you take out all the air piping and filter box and battery.
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You might see it from above if you take out all the air piping and filter box and battery.
ok looks like a tomorrow job got work in an hr and need my car do you think would be a good idea for me to take some pics of procedure and post on here for others
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I changed it on my previous 407. It was a bit fiddly.
You do it underneath. Drivers side.
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I changed it on my previous 407. It was a bit fiddly.
You do it underneath. Drivers side.
Brilliant thanks for that
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Brilliant thanks for that
It's a couple of years ago, but I seem to remember it has a plug and one torx bolt.
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