Q: where is the crankshaft sensor on an LDV Maxus 2008

asked by on December 26, 2016

I cannot find the cranksharf sensor on my LDV Maxus van 2008

Hi there:

Unfortunately, we don’t service commercial vehicles like the LDV Service van you’re referring to in this inquiry. You might want to contact LDV service department to receive a schematic for your vehicle.

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