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Crank shaft position sensor located hyundai sonta 2004 v6

I like to know where the crank shaft postion sensor is located on a hyundai sonta 2004 v6 ,,,,,,An if you can send a picture on where it is ?


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    please tell me where the crank shaft position sensor is located?

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On a 2.7L it is located above and to the right of the starter. You will have remove the starter heat shield to gain access to it.

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