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Does '92 still have the problem with the crank position sensor? Look at the center of the firewall for a connector from which a cable about the size of a spark plug wire drops straight down to a sensor on the top of the bell housing. If the wire has a yellow band around it, or the insulation is cracked, it will need to come out. To my recent experience, it's a pain in the butt. If the wire has a white band around it, it's already been replaced (the originals were defective). If it's a turbo, never mind: it doesn't have one.

-EdM.
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'90 240DL Wagon 'Lola' '72 1800ES 'Galadriel'






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