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...mine needs replacing, cut out today after starting to misfire, had new coil packs and plugs so seems the logical thing to have failed.

Is it a reasonably straightforward job, have access to car ramps so getting under the car is not a major issue and have good selection of tools at my disposal
 

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Yes. There's a connector plug and a couple of bolts (maybe hex head) and that's it.

Make sure that if the new one has an o-ring on it, that the old one also has an o-ring on it. If you take the old sensor one out and the o-ring stays stuck in its groove, the new sensor won't fit close enough to the pulley to do its thing. So.. make sure you remove the old o-ring. That's all.


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