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1999 Honda Accord

HOW TO REPLACE THE CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR

(1999 Honda Accord)
I WANT TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL A NEW CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR ON MY 1999 HONDA ACCORD HOW HARD IS THAT TO DO AND WHERE IS THIS PART LOCATED ON THE ENGINE!
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on September 08, 2011
Remove the balancer belt.
Remove the balancer belt drive pulley.
Disconnect the CKP/TDC sensors connector (A), then remove the CKP/TDC sensors (B).
Install the CKP/TDC sensors in reverse order of removal.
Install the balancer belt.


Good luck

Roy
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on September 08, 2011
Remove the balancer belt.
Remove the balancer belt drive pulley.
Disconnect the CKP/TDC sensors connector (A), then remove the CKP/TDC sensors (B).
Install the CKP/TDC sensors in reverse order of removal.
Install the balancer belt.


Good luck

Roy
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