Question about Volkswagen Golf
Should be 2 small ones on the drive unit located on the side
of the gearbox or transmission!
they are not very long b4 they go to the loom connector!
you can test it by removing it from the driven gear that it attaches too then rotating the sensor one full revolution & it should give 10 [ten] pulses use volt meter !
dont forget to align the drive back up to the pin when you replace it!
if it all checks out ok it may be the drive gear in the gearbox!
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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