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Do you have a code or something? This crank sensor only has a single bolt holding it in place?
The bolt holds it in place, the rubber O ring is there to prevent oil from leaking, not hold the sensor in place.
i am sending a photo of the sensor so you can see it.
Yes, as long as there is an o ring on it, that's all there is. If the bolt isn't holding it properly, then it's got to be the wrong bolt.
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On this it's more then likely the sensor itself, not the hub, really no way to be 100% sure without the test equipment for active speed sensors. But it's more common to be the sensor itself. You could see if there is a lot of play in the hub, that could change the air gap and cause the light as well.
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