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Re: What is this Sensor or Plug?

Found out its the knock sensor that looks broken off :(

Still need to find out what this is...
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Re: What is this Sensor or Plug?

hondatech.info: Honda service manuals

get a manual, study the schematics and viola..
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Re: What is this Sensor or Plug?

That is the crank position sensor. It mounts on the oil pump.
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Re: What is this Sensor or Plug?

Crank sensor.
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