Delco crankshaft position sensor plug?

Discussion in 'Automotive Electronics' started by geoffers, Aug 22, 2017.

  1. geoffers

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    Hope no one minds, this is not really electronics but is automotive :)!

    I've been replacing the clutch on our diesel Nissan pickup and trapped the plug for the crank sensor between the engine and bell housing, yes fool I know!

    Question is does anyone here happen to know what/where I can get another?

    Its a delco sensor with 3 pins and the socket had nice seals on it and a slightly oval shape. 2008 UK spec 2.5l diesel d40 engine.

    Its a long shot I know but if you don't ask you don't get etc....

    Thanks for looking Geoff
     
  2. KeepItSimpleStupid

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    Delphi does most of the GM/Delco sensors. Mouser actually has some connectors and pins. If it was a GM vehicle, the p/n's are usually in the SM. You may find numbers on the connector itself.
     
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  3. shortbus

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    Here in the states most auto parts stores sell that type of thing. The company/brand is called "Help", they sell a lot of odd ball special auto parts. Don't know about the UK, if they sell there. I worked for the Delphi company and that type of connector is called a, "weather pack", here is the website - http://www.weatherpack.com/
     
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  4. bwilliams60

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    Go to the Metripak connestor site and see if what you are looking for is on there. I am on the wrong computer but I probably have the part number and source for this connector.
     
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  5. geoffers

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    Thanks everyone and humble apology's that should say denso not delco!
    Perils of late night posting.

    Cheers Geoff
     
  6. MaxHeadRoom

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    Do you have any auto-wrecker's in your neighborhood?
    Max.
     
  7. geoffers

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    We do , the local ones, even the helpful one said nah mate ! I'm thinking if I can't find the right socket I might solder a connector to the pins of the sensor.

    Cheers Geoff
     
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