How to Replace the Crank Sensor on a 2004 Mercedes E320

How to Replace the Crank Sensor on a 2004 Mercedes E320

Brian Eslick from How to Automotive takes you step-by-step through the process of replacing the crank sensor on a 2004 Mercedes E320.

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James Lombardo says:

Thank you! Great tips!!

O. S says:

Battery stays connected? Or not

King Bones says:

This is fucking impossible

TriPyramid Pictures says:

I have a 2005 Mercedes Benz C320, which is the same engine as the one in this video. My issue is that I have been smelling burning oil coming through my vents when I’m running my heater. I have to top off the oil every couple of months, and I’m getting leaking oil on cardboard underneath my car in the driveway. My car has 105,000 miles on it, the only place I see oil leaking is on the driver side in the corner of the engine by the firewall.

Reilly Dowd says:

How do you unplug the connector? I have a 2004 CLK320 and you can't see the connector visibly you can only feel it. You jumped over how to disconnect that

Okie-Tom says:

Will the E500 be harder?

tavion knowles says:

What are the exact tools used??

David Shirley says:

Thank you for the help! Running like a champ again and only cost me $50 thanks to you. Keep up the great work!

Yesmate Porsche says:

What’s the torque of the bolt?

Scott Lawder says:

How do you know when it needs replacing?

Staxa_ Dollaz says:

Show exactly where it is you fuckin dork

David Rostami says:

Tks was great help

Ron Watson says:

What side is it located on drivers side or passenger side.

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