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Just had my Cambelt and tensioner etc replaced a couple of weeks ago. Started having a problem with it starting occasionally, with no dashboard fault. Turning over but refusing to fire. On Multiecuscan it came up with RPM Sensor fault. My mechanic said when doing the cambelt change one of the connectors was found to be dodgy, but that turns out to be the camshaft sensor connection in the box under the air intake hose. So we replaced the cam sensor with one off a spare car. Cleared the fault and it seems to now all work ok.

Reading other posts the RMP Sensor is said to be the Crankshaft Sensor. If I have any further issues I guess I will replace that one also.

Question is, where is the Crankshaft Sensor located? is it as easy to change as the Cam sensor? any photos?
 
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