Crankshaft Position Sensor G28 (A4 BEW)

OEM Number: 038957147F Manufacturer Number: V10721006

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Crankshaft Position Sensor, or hall sensor, for 2004-2005 Jetta TDI with the 1.9L diesel, engine code BEW, as well as 2004-2006 Golf TDI and New Beetle TDI with engine code BEW.

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Crankshaft Position Sensor, or hall sensor, for 2004-2005 Jetta TDI with the 1.9L diesel, engine code BEW, as well as 2004-2006 Golf TDI and New Beetle TDI with engine code BEW.

Crankshaft position sensor is also called the Engine Speed Sensor, sensor designation G28.

Cross References and Supersessions:
038907319D
009167251
9.0504
Volkswagen
  • Golf TDI MkIV (A4 chassis) w/ BEW Engine (2004-2006)
  • Jetta TDI MkIV (A4 chassis) w/ BEW Engine (2004-2005)
  • Jetta Wagon TDI (A4 chassis) w/ BEW Engine (2004-2006)
  • New Beetle TDI (A4 chassis) w/ BEW Engine (2004-2006)

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5 Stars, at least so far. Was on highway and car just shut down. Car would restart and idle, but would not run at speed for an extended period without shutting itself down again. Did this a few times (got me home at least) and finally started throwing a P0727. I have replaced the part, took it for a test drive and this seems to have solved the problem. Fingers remain crossed. One word of advise, at least from my experience. I bought a new bolt and a spare o-ring (06A906445) sold on this sight. Glad I did. The green o-ring that came with the part just would not go. Could not get the sensor to seat at all. Tried wd40, grease and crowbar for some gentle pressure and nothing worked. Greased the reddish-orange o-ring I bought, slid it onto sensor, put sensor in and gave a slight twist with a bit of hand pressure and Bingo, Bango, Bongo and Erving... Sensor slid right into the socket.

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Works great. Heads up, the bolt is an external spline head. I used a 12pt 9mm and it worked. The thread of the bolt is M7x1.0 20mm long. I swapped mine out for a standard bolt, washer and copper anti seize. Put a little motor oil on the o-ring and use a pry bar from the under side to push the sensor in. Do NOT try to use the screw to seat the sensor.

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The o ring was leaking oil so I just replace the whole sensor. Good part.

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Fit and works great.

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