2002 Volkswagen Jetta Q&A
2002 Volkswagen Jetta Question: Crankshaft position sensor
It is normally on the bell housing, near the top, by the engine, and they cannot be repaired. If it is bad it would need to be replaced. - munkyrench
just below, and to the right of the oil filter. round housing, one 10mm bolt, and a short wire with a grey connector. Just found it myself 10 min ago! - Visitor
this sensor was a pain in the ass... its located aroiund the oil filter... once you find it, the angle is difficult, to pull out... be prepared to get you hands..dirty... - Visitor
car starts fine in the morning runs for 20-30 min and suddenly dies,have replaced plugs, wires, dist cap, rotor, valve cover gasket, timing belt,ignition coil, fuel filter, fuel pump, camshaft posi...
...nd would not go over 30 mph. We took it back to the shop and they are now saying we need a new ignition switch, oxygen sensor, and cam sensor. Am I just being ripped off?
After replacing the Cam Postion Sensor, Crankshaft Position Sensor, Timing Belt and cleaning all grounds under battery tray I'm still receiving P0341 code. The...
The VW VAG shows a code of 529...generic code reader shows P0725..vehicle stalls when at operating temperature and then will restart when cooled down...please advise
2 weeks after changing the cambelt, the EML light came on, and fault code indicating the Crankshaft position sensor was at fault.is this down to the timing of the belt not being right the first time around Or i...