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Now you should be able to pull the timing belt cover far enough towards the front of the car to access the sensor.

Using the 10 mm nut driver remove the two screws holding the sensor in place. Be careful not to drop the screws -- you'll probably need to dismantle half of the engine to reach them, and leaving them loose near the timing belt is not a good idea.

Screw the replacement sensor in place, reattach the electrical connector, and replace the covers. Don't forget to put the rubber hoses back under the clips on the belt cover.

When attaching the engine cover, do not turn the screws -- just push them down until they click into place.

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