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#1 Old 04-11-2009, 08:39 PM
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Hey everyone, I have a 2001 santa fe 2.4. I have a p0335 code and I'm looking to replace my crankshaft position sensor/ angle sensor....I know I have to take the timing cover off but I want to know is it easy enough to do on the street? I plan to do it monday when the dealer opens because I can't find the part anywhere except there. I need to be in work by 3 that day. Could anyone give me a step by step process on how to do it? That's for your time.
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#2 Old 04-12-2009, 03:23 PM
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Hey everyone, I have a 2001 santa fe 2.4. I have a p0335 code and I'm looking to replace my crankshaft position sensor/ angle sensor....I know I have to take the timing cover off but I want to know is it easy enough to do on the street? I plan to do it monday when the dealer opens because I can't find the part anywhere except there. I need to be in work by 3 that day. Could anyone give me a step by step process on how to do it? That's for your time.
I suggest you have it done professionally as it involves removing cambelts and PAS pump. Depending on mileage cambelts and tensioners will also be required.

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Well the t-belts were replaced not to long ago...i wanna say maybe three years ago. I don't think getting at the crankshaft sensor requires moving the belts. I bought the haynes manual and It just say to remove the alternator and then the timing case comes right off. then it says the sensor is right next to a pulley and its accessable without removing the timing belt
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QUOTE (mterry127 @ Apr 12 2009, 07:06 PM)
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Well the t-belts were replaced not to long ago...i wanna say maybe three years ago. I don't think getting at the crankshaft sensor requires moving the belts. I bought the haynes manual and It just say to remove the alternator and then the timing case comes right off. then it says the sensor is right next to a pulley and its accessable without removing the timing belt
Just curious, were you able to do this repair yourself?

How bad was it?

I may need to make the same repair.

Thanks,
Mike
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