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Old 14 Nov 2011, 02:31 pm
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Default is the ckp sensor connected to the tdc sensor?

its for a 97 honda accord lx 2dr. 4 cycl. not a v tech
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Old 14 Nov 2011, 02:46 pm
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Yes. They both have wires going to the same 4-Pin connector. The connector is positioned next to the timing belt cover on the back of the engine above the crank pulley. You will need to remove the timing cover and possibly the timing belt to replace them, if that is your intent.
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