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Crank shaft positioning sensor location

Cant find where the folllowing part is located in the engine to replace it- Crank Shaft Positioning sensor for VW Jetta 1998 2.0

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The crank sensor is located on the bottom of the timing cover under the right hand side of the water pump by the crankshaft pulley. 

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You will usually find it around where the gearbox fits into the engine.
Look for something in that area with wires coming from it.

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The crankshaft position sensor on the AAA engine is located on the "intake" side of the engine block, near the flywheel.

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YES THERE IS A SENSOR, IT IS LOCATED ON THE FRONT OF THE ENGINE WHERE THE TRANSMISSION AND BLOCK BOLT TOGETHER NEXT TO THE STARTER AND ALMOST UNDER THE OIL FILTER COOLER

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

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