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Thanks, sadly those were not exactly popular over here that frontier engine. They didn't make them very long either iirc. Your best bet is to call some salvage yards here in the states like Al's Snowmobiles and what not. There used to be a link in the used parts area for that stuff. Also I would try at Polaris Star Forums as well. Link below! Good luck!

 

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Also can you do me a favor? Do you have the old one out sitting? If so take a few pictures of it and post them. Polaris didn't make those sensors usually they took them from another source and made them work. I know on the 500 EFI's some of them came from Nissan and so on. Same with the fuel filters as well. If you have some pictures maybe I can find some numbers on it or find another source for it other then Polaris.

Looks to be a Bosch Sensor possibly if you can find the Bosch number on it you should be able to get just that for much cheaper.

edit: Also give me the year and model of the Polaris this is going to. I can call a friend at a dealership and possibly at Polaris themselves if I can get hold of my friend there to see if they updated the numbers or have a solution no guarantees though
 

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Thanks, sadly those were not exactly popular over here that frontier engine. They didn't make them very long either iirc. Your best bet is to call some salvage yards here in the states like Al's Snowmobiles and what not. There used to be a link in the used parts area for that stuff. Also I would try at Polaris Star Forums as well. Link below! Good luck!

 

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Thanks for taking interest, I will try everywhere, go into detail research in northern Norway, Sweden and Finland, in worst case I have to trash the scouter, because of lack of a 50-100$ worth cranck spear part from Polaris taken out of production. If anyone have a suggestion for a an other cranck shaft with a different production number for equal replacement, please let me know. Paul
 

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Also can you do me a favor? Do you have the old one out sitting? If so take a few pictures of it and post them. Polaris didn't make those sensors usually they took them from another source and made them work. I know on the 500 EFI's some of them came from Nissan and so on. Same with the fuel filters as well. If you have some pictures maybe I can find some numbers on it or find another source for it other then Polaris.

Looks to be a Bosch Sensor possibly if you can find the Bosch number on it you should be able to get just that for much cheaper.

edit: Also give me the year and model of the Polaris this is going to. I can call a friend at a dealership and possibly at Polaris themselves if I can get hold of my friend there to see if they updated the numbers or have a solution no guarantees though
 

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Polaris frontier 4 stroke 2004, cranck Crankshaft position sensor 2410269, I am in Oslo at the moment, go to the farm in Sweden next week I will try to dismount the part and look for a Bosh number, thanks again, Paul
 

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Code for check engine light says failure of cranck shaft sensor. Impossible to start the engine, no spark from the plugs all symptoms match with cranck sensor failure, will check for bad connection, and take the sensor out, send pictures next week. The snowmobile has been with a Polaris dealer in Sweden for repair, they said nothing could be done because they could not get hold of the sensor, what a shame for Polaris
 
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