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How to change a crank position sensor on a 2001 c240 mercedes

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  • aapvc Apr 27, 2009

    Is it at the back of the motor or front . is it on the drivers side or pass. side

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Its buried deep within the bowels of the engine! just below the cylinder head. hard job buddy! Easiest thing to do is buy a hanes manual for about €20

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  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    sorry,



    it should be on the passenger side just next to the head near where the gearbox meets the engine.

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