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Old 03-05-2011, 08:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Please help. 2002 Sonata, 2.4 engine. I have a recurring code P0335 crankshaft position sensor, car is stalling out once or twice a trip. Timing belt replaced by dealer at 70,000 Miles. 113,500 miles now. I want to try and replace the crankshaft sensor to fix this code. Followed the procedue for changing the timing belt up to getting the covers off. Not sure what to take off to replace just sensor, I cannot see the other end of the wire. Looks like I may have to remove the Power steering pump. Any ideas?
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Old 03-05-2011, 10:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Keep going.. you need to remove the P/S pump, and the mount bracket to be able to correctly route the wiring when install new part..

You will need to remove the timing belt too, as need room to pull wire up from behind the ear and bring pigtail out..

Now that you got it this far apart, I hope you did buy a new timing belt, balance haft belt, and tensioner...

Make very well sure 5x that when you install the new sensor,,,,,, that you have the wire properly routed around that ear behind to the oil pump drive cog,,, or the timing belt will cut the harness and short it out..... ASK ME HOW I KNOW...

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Old 03-07-2011, 09:48 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Keep going.. you need to remove the P/S pump, and the mount bracket to be able to correctly route the wiring when install new part..

You will need to remove the timing belt too, as need room to pull wire up from behind the ear and bring pigtail out..

Now that you got it this far apart, I hope you did buy a new timing belt, balance haft belt, and tensioner...

Make very well sure 5x that when you install the new sensor,,,,,, that you have the wire properly routed around that ear behind to the oil pump drive cog,,, or the timing belt will cut the harness and short it out..... ASK ME HOW I KNOW...
Thanks for your help. I thought I was in over my head, but seeing progress now. Next time I will just remove the pump completely when I first start, will keep the floor a little cleaner and give me some more room. Got the belts, put them in, spent a few hours getting the timing marks lined up. It kept moving when I applied tension. Had to build a tool with wire ties, rope and a crow bar that pulled up on the tensioner arm so I could get it back in. Tucked in the sensor wire same as it was. Back on it again tomorrow.
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Old 05-22-2012, 12:21 PM   #4 (permalink)
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i installed a crank sensor without removing the timing belt.. i only did so because the one i first did got mis routed,and sliced by the belt.. so to avoid re compressing the belt tensioner (done on a shop vice by the way) I slowly walked the belt half way off of the cam sprockets,then the idler,and for the oil pump which has a retainer,i unbolted,because the sprocket is keyed.. i pryed the oil pump sproket carefully back with a screwdriver..this gave me enough clearance to slide the damaged sensor out,and slip the new one it.... oh and for those of you who have trouble hitting your marks when the belt is on.. procedure states,retard the exhaust side cam,one tooth. then when the belt tension hits,it stretches to the point where all four timing marks are dead on.. I am a certified master technician with 15 years experience.. and this is the first forum Ive ever actually registered for..
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