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1993?? it will be under the coil ,a bosch whatever number with a connector with 7 pins on and the module should cost around 40 euros now but they were 80+ when new in 93 ,think the sensor is on the bellhousing but some varients were on the front pulley ,normally its the module that goes as the sensor is only a halls effect coil so they last for ever ,well they should ??

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