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30 Nov 2018 15:19 #198443 by geoff
Broken crank sensor? was created by geoff
In my own inimitable fashion I've broken a sensor on the Jeep. Trying to tighten the fan belt using the time-honoured method of shoving a crowbar behind the alternator and levering outwards. Didn't notice until too late that I've smashed the plastic sensor under the alternator. I think this is the crank sensor - correct? Still runs OK but needs a bit of cranking to start - tough old things;-)

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30 Nov 2018 19:06 #198452 by Riccy
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Easy done.

The bigjimny shop has them... www.bigjimny.com/store/sensors.html ;-)

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30 Nov 2018 20:45 #198456 by Delux
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Its only a mistake if you dont realise the repercussions.
In your case it is a lesson in car mechanics...






Unfortunately, this particular lesson is going to cost you £40!
Bl**dy tuition fees!


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