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    Fauilt code P0335 crankshaft sensor?

    I think i have to change my crankshaft sensor at my z20let..

    Anyone that know's what other opel engines i can use this sensor?
    X20XEV? Z22SE?

    The block for the X20XEV and the Z20let are wery like are'nt they?

    One last thing, my car stop't today and haven't started sience, will this code come beself after we have tried to start the engine for a while?
    Becase the crankshaft sensor will not give any signal sience the engine not running, but i have tried to start it for a long time today..

    Thanks!

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    I dont know what else the crankshaft fits but the part number for the z20let sensor is 93243251
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    Yes i have found out.

    But i'm still woundering if the code is corret for a broken sensor?

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    The crankshaft sensor is the same for the Z20LET, LEL, LER and LEH engines, don't think it's used on any other engines.

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    Yes it is, I had the same problem about 2 months ago

    look at this fault code list - http://www.astraownersclub.com/vb/sh...d.php?t=174728


    mine used to cut out randomly and once the engine had cooled down it would start up again, I did the pedal test and I got the code 0335

    since replacing the crankshaft sensor, everything is fine again
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    Pretty sure that code is indeed for the crank sensor, or thats whats written in my note book IIRC. Then again, it may not be the sensor but faulty wiring to the sensor???

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    Gonna try buy a new one tomorrow and try than.. Not cheap

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    P0335 is Crankshaft Position Sensor A Circuit Malfunction

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    Quote Originally Posted by c20let2k View Post
    Gonna try buy a new one tomorrow and try than.. Not cheap
    Dunno, I paid £27 + vat for mine, my invoice says they retail for £34 + vat
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    Not cheap over here.. Did you buy a from vauxhall or some aftermarked parts?

    Is it only bosch that produce this?

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