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I fitted a rear crank oil seal on to a VW CADDY, and was wondering if you had to set the magnetic ring for the crank sensor up in a certen way, because i hav changed 1 and put it back together and it wont fire when turning over.CADDY PN56GHV DIESEL.

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The sensor needs to be set to the ring. There sholud be an extremely minimal gap between the sensor and the ring.

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