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CRANKshaft position sensor location (NOT Camshaft)

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Do i need to drian the engine oil if I'm replacing the sensor?
 
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Do i need to drian the engine oil if I'm replacing the sensor?
No it's at the bell housing and engine where the trans bolts up. Just remove 10mm and swap
 
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Holy **** Chris, you're still around??

Tanks for you insight as always...........
 
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I replaced the sensor, very easy job.

I noticed that the sensor I pulled from the car didn't have o-ring but the sensor I bought have the o-ring. I installed the new sensor with the o-ring but now I'm wondering if I should remove the o-ring.

What you recommend? Thx
 
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Old one maybe still on bell housing?
 
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No, i checked.

It's not a tight, feel like it's not sealed. I double check and match the new and old and both felt the same and look the same.
 
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Originally Posted by g35man04 View Post
im not sure what your referencing or anything and I have looked at the back of the motors damn near 30 times now with wire tucks and pulling out mine and doing swaps and I know there are only 2 sensors on the back of each head both being the CAM shaft sensor. I have replaced mine both knowing this.

Take a picture of it for us please.....Thats the only way we can assist.

back of drivers side head/valve cover etc.

Attachment 218404

passenger side

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On the back of the rev up it runs 4 sensors, unlike the standard VQ35de engines, the 6mt version from 06 and up have the rev up edition engine which has more sensors, and other mess on it.
 
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Originally Posted by g35man04 View Post
also noticed this....there are 4 cam sensors on the revup



I also see 4 holes here on the motor. You should have 4 cam sensors and the crank shaft sensor should be down below like referenced above.

http://forums.nicoclub.com/fs-vq35de...k-t458662.html
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On the back of the rev up it runs 4 sensors, unlike the standard VQ35de engines, the 6mt version from 06 and up have the rev up edition engine which has more sensors, and other mess on it.
While we appreciate helpful posts we also ask that all members read through whole threads before replying to a particular post. You'll notice he followed up with a post that clarified exactly what you brought up. Also while it's great you searched old azz threads there's no need to reply to an 7+ year old thread, the forum's cluttered enough as is.
 
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