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Old 12-14-2012, 09:21 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Hi,
I have been trying to buy a new sensor but have been struggling to find a place to buy it other than a main dealer.

If anyone could tell me where I can buy this part it would be much appreciated.

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Try German Swedish & French (GSF Car parts) Prices seem to be 50 - 60.
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Thanks Doug.

Unfortunately they don't supply that part for a CRD.

Appreciate the help though.

Frazer.
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Did you try looking for one for a 2006 Merc E320 CDI (merc part number 003 153 27 28)? They are probably the same but cannot guarantee it
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wherever you get it from make sure it's oem. these cars are very particular with their sensors...i tried replacing with an aftermarket sensor and got nothing but problem, switched to oem and that fixed the problems....
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When I do eventually get this sensor, does the fault code need to be reset?
The dealer indicated that even if I bought the part only, I would still have to get them to reset so basically it wasn't worth fitting the part myself.
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No,it should reset itself but if you have a reader there's no harm in checking.....that's what I do as some cars do and some don't.
I've got a crank sensor to supply and fit next Saturday for someone as Chrysler want 193 to supply and fit,the sensor genuine is 108 so they want 85 for 15 minutes work!!!.....nice one Chrysler....
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part number 68039478aa for mopar, or A 6421530728 for merc

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Parts coming Tuesday from Chrysler,tend to find non-genuine crank sensors don't last that long causing grief again.....not worth the grief in my opinion
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