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Crankshaft sensor
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jules28
PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2017 8:58 am Up
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Hi, would anyone be able to help me with the crankshaft sensor wiring on my 206 auto '04 plate? I've got a brown/white wire and a white/red wire coming from the plug...should one of these be the earth wire and if so, which one? Also, where is it earthed to? Thanks
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gazza82
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Don't think either are an earth .. they are there to send a signal to the ecu .. they plug into the loom.

What are you trying to do?

Down to just the 1.4 HDi. Cayman Green 2.0i CC sold.
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gazza82 wrote:
What are you trying to do?

Thanks. We were trying to assess if the crankshaft sensor was working properly or not, but wanted to check the wiring before replacing it!

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They tend to work or fail .. if it fails it will cause the engine to stall, usually when the engine temperature rises and the EML will come on. PP2000 or a compatible OBD reader will tell you if you have had any faults.

Ours is a 2002 1.4 HDi and that simply cut-out on us when this was failing. Let the car to cool and it started again. But the stalling got more frequent. PITA to replace: crank pulley and most of the cam belt covers have to come off to get access to it (Haynes manual isn't very clear or specific!)

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Thanks Gazza82, if it's that much work to replace it, I'm keeping my fingers crossed it's not that! The symptoms are it keeps cutting out/stalling, but strangely when it does, the fan comes on until the ignition is switched off?!
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