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Hi
Could anyone let me know where the crankshaft sensor is located please ?

Fitting a new one next few days in the hope it’s not the chain.
FX18 WVA zafira tourer 1.6 diesel 2018.

Not familiar with this lump yet.

Thanks
Richie
 

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Looks a bit of a pita lol

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I would put the oscilloscope to crank and cam wires in the ecu plug and compared to known good, then do all that work.
Work smart not hard?
 

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Cheers, looks a fun job to do.

You are right it looks a right chew on. But not too hard tbh.
What happened to just above the starter on the back of the engine for an easy life

Don’t have an oscilloscope so not an option tbh and an hours garage Labour is nearly more than I paid for the sensor at £50.
 

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As predicted it was a pain in terms of tight space but all done. 1 hour job if the pipes behave, but 1 hr 30 with the fun.
Anyone following I would advise to pull the battery box for a better view as tucked under the side of the engine and need to pull a two coolant hoses as well for hand access to get the securing clip back on.

The pressure sensor pipes were a pain too due to location of the clips and orientation along with the fun of the hoses had melted onto the clips also, unsure if this is a vauxhall trait to seal them on tbh.

cheers for the advice.
 
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