2006 CR-V Crank Position Sensor
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    2006 CR-V Crank Position Sensor

    Hey All,

    this is my first post, i've just bought myself a 2006 CR-V EX-L edition. last weekend myself and my girlfriend had a 5 hour drive, the morning after i went to start my rig up and got the check engine light, VSA, and Triangle all coming on... anyway had my buddy put his code checker tool on and it came back with "Crank Position Sensor" "Sensor A" so after another bit of checking I 've found out that this engine has two of these sensors, I'm just wondering if anyone knows exacly where these sensors are located and which one is sensor a?? also why did I my "VSA" light come on?? or is it another problem on top of the first problem?? Any Help would be wonderful... I'm from the east coast of Canada, Newfoundland, we have have a couple of dealers here but major $$$ to do anything through them...


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    CKP Sensor Replacement11-119

    1. Disconnect the CKP 3P connector.
    2. Remove the CKP sensor (A).
    3. Install the part in the reverse order of removal with a new O-ring (B).

    The illustration seem to show it by the drive shaft under the car to the right side. Hope this helps.
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    Wow, Your Quick!! Thanks ever so much... I will have a look at replacing this later in the week, still waiting on the sensor to be delivered, will let you know how it goes..

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonCR-V View Post
    . I will have a look at replacing this later in the week, still waiting on the sensor to be delivered, will let you know how it goes..

    Chris
    Make sure you check the wiring and connector going to the sensor...might be corrosion or other damage (pinched wire).
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    Also Guys, is it ok for me to drive my CR-V without doing any damage?? I'm waiting on the sensor to arrive but it could take a week or so?? I also have my mint 99 Civic to get me around... should I leave the Cr-V parked for now?

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