Question about Hyundai Sonata
I believe you are referring to the reluctor wheel, in some cases it may be called an interrupter.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Disconnect the battery ground (negative) cable to prevent accidental shorts that could damage the electronic control module.
Find the crankshaft position sensor. It may be on the front of the engine, on the side or in the rear. A shop manual should be able to tell you where it is for your car's year, make and model.
Disconnect the 3 wires that lead to the crankshaft sensor. One of these is the current feed, and the other 2 are the ground wire and the sensor's output. Keep track of which is which--They will connect to the corresponding places on the replacement sensor.
Remove the crankshaft position sensor. If it is mounted on the front of the engine, the sensor will typically be fitted into a bracket hole and will be secured with a small bolt, which must be removed.
Install the replacement sensor and connect the three wires. Most sensors lock into position and do not require adjustment. If the sensor is on the side of the engine, you will likely need to install a new rubber O-ring. Do not reinstall the O-ring that came off when the old sensor was removed. For the handful of crankshaft position sensors that need adjustment, you can often use a paper spacer placed on the end of the sensor. When finished, reconnect the battery.
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