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where is the crankshaft position sensor on a 1987 924s
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rear of the motor, drivers side - also known as the reference sensor

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On a 87 924S the sensors you are looking for (called speed and refernce sensors)

The sensors are located on the top of the clutch housing at the back of the engine. You can locate them by looking from the driver's side of the car (left-hand drive) down at the back of the engine near the firewall. Here's a picture showing what the sensors look like:

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Just a reminder, positioning of the sensors is vital, so if you're replacing them be sure to be careful when putting the new ones in. If you take the time there, it'll be less hassle than having to adjust them again.
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