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Hhey just on my prior question is this question gonna cost

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Hhey just to follow up on my prior question is this question gonna cost me a fee? if not then I want to be clear will the crankshaft sensor be beside the oil sending unit on my 2011 buick regal cxl?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Buick
Expert:  camerontech replied 1 year ago.

since this is still related with the location, i will leave the rating box open so you are not charged

thank you for the positive rating.

give me a few mins and let me have a look again


Expert:  camerontech replied 1 year ago.

the sensor is beside the knock sensor, just above the starter.

in the attachment "crank2" which i will attach again,

I have included below, the number identifications. you can match the numbers to the diagram.

(1)Q38 Throttle Body

(2)G18 High Pressure Fuel Pump

(3)B23F Camshaft Position Sensor – Intake

(4)B37 Engine Oil Pressure Switch

(5)B68 Knock Sensor

(6)B26 Crankshaft Position Sensor

(7)M64 Starter Motor

(8)G21 Secondary Air Injection Pump (NU6)

(9)Q46 A/C Compressor Solenoid Valve

(10)G13 Generator

do not rate this and you will not be charged as i will consider this as part of your previous question



Expert:  camerontech replied 1 year ago.

there is no listing on the size of the bolt on the dealer manuals, if its not a 10, than you will have to try bigger or smaller.