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Sooz car cut out today just after driving through a puddle then started when recovery arrived.

Symptoms match CKP failure which happened a year ago, and has been replaced. I want to check the connector for water ingress.

Can I access the CKP connector and wiring without taking off the wheel and removing the arch liner? Most photos online are close ups. I'll look in RAVE tomorrow but I'm looking to check it, not replace it.

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You can get at it from underneath, no need to take anything off, just suspension on high and leave a door open so it doesn't drop on you (or bung an axle stand under it if you are paranoid).

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Yes, Richard is spot on I did replaced mine like this, enough with EAS on high on level ground.
To replug the connector was a hassle, I failed to do it, luckily I had a friend who is a mechanic nearby who saw my pain and came to help. I was struggling for like 12 minutes he did it in like in 12 seconds ... darn