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.
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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