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excossack



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United Kingdom 1999 Defender 110 Td5 SW Caledonian Blue
Crank position sensor

To remove the Crank position sensor is it a simple case of unplug the cable, undo a screw, and remove. Insert new one and replace removed bits? 1999 Defender TD5 110

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Post #747806 28th Dec 2018 8:55pm
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htb2



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It is that easy

Post #747807 28th Dec 2018 8:57pm
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excossack



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Cheers. With all the oil leaks around that area i was going to make sure the CPS is clean of oil. 1999 Defender TD5 110

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Post #747810 28th Dec 2018 9:06pm
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landy andy



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Some have spacer, some don’t. So just be aware whilst stripping if yours does, doesn’t, and if it comes out with sensor.

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excossack



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Cheers LA 1999 Defender TD5 110

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