According to the Haynes book, the Crankshaft TDC/engine RPM sensor "is
mounted at the flywheel end of the engine, to the rear. Access to the
sensor may be found easier from below."
From the diagram in the book it looks to be slightly in front of and at
5 o'clock of the flywheel (looking from the flywheel end)
Hope this helps
LOL, ok, just sounded exactly like it did on the Tipo that's all :) Having
had the problem on my old 1.6, I was a little alarmed to find out that it
lurks behind the camshaft pulley on my newly acquired 1.8 Bravo, so here's
hoping it doesn't fail any time soon :(
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