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Old 11-21-2009, 02:20 PM   #1
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Default 87 944 Reference/speed sensor Location Help..

Trying locate reference sensor on 887 944 porsche and the wiring so I can try and wiggle it. My tach has no bounce so I'm thinking that it could be the reference/speed sensor and was going to check the connection also. So where is it at Lol......... and can I cross reference this part and get it at my local Advance Auto parts or not. Just out of the blue it just cranks and I have switched DME and thats not it so...................... please help
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Old 11-21-2009, 02:48 PM   #2
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Stand in front of car.

Center of engine bay back near the firewall.

Do not think you can get one from advance....but search the forum for S/R sensor "alternative" "equal" or "Bosch Speed and reference sensor"

There is BMW, I think, counterpart that is the same.
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http://www.clarks-garage.com/

Click "garage shop manual" Click on the "S" Click on "Speed and Reference Sensors > Checking Replacement and Adjustment"

For best prices on the reference sensors

Search for " 0.261.210.002 " on eBay!
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Old 11-21-2009, 06:00 PM   #4
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it's on the bellhousing. If you look through the birds nest of wires behind the intake (closest to the windshield) you can follow the wires from the harness (I have a turbo, but the harness connects where the O2 sensor connector is located) down to the bellhousing. They are hard to get to with the intake on - not sure on a NA though since the turbo won't be in the way.
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