CX 2400 Crank angle sensor
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    Just curious here, the above sensor- where is it located? How difficult for an amateur to replace? What is the part number? Is the same part suitable for for IE and non-IE models CX 2400 and CX2500?
    Reason: I may have the opportunity to acquire a dead CX2400/2500IE. (not sure which it is).
    What else should I check?
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    Lou

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    It's on the bell housing underneath the cam pulley. $early cars have two, later have one, don't loose the spacer shim underneath. To test, just pull the sensors out and boil them in a pan of water. They shouldn't go open circuit at any point (they will probably be somewhere between 50 and 100ohms dependent on the ambient temperature).

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    Shane, thanks, a little scratching around revealed your earlier contribution of some years ago.
    Did the Ford part eventually fit? Is it adaptable?
    The car in question is a CX25 Pallas IE.
    But I would need to know more of what is required to get the thing moving before taking the plunge.
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