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  • avatar jmes_rod 09/17/09 6:04 pm PST

    the location of that sensor is in the right side front of the engine near at the cam phaser solenoid that solenoid is near at the power steering pump.... this is the part no. 12584079.... if you want to make sure if that sensor is have a problem use a scanner and check the data..... all i know if theres a problem in that sensor the engine is hard to start especiallt in the morning....

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  • tony78 09/13/09 6:00 pm PST

    While i can't tell you where or how to remove the cam sensor, there is one thing i can tell you, Autozone checked your codes for you,,and found a code that says cam sensor circuit,,not cam sensor,,big difference,,the only things that codes tell you is that there is a problem in a circuit, engine codes do not indicate exactly which component is faulty,,,it is up to you,,the technician to diagnose the circuit, check the components and determine in what area the fault may exist.

  • jmes_rod 09/17/09 6:04 pm PST

    the location of that sensor is in the right side front of the engine near at the cam phaser solenoid that solenoid is near at the power steering pump.... this is the part no. 12584079.... if you want to make sure if that sensor is have a problem use a scanner and check the data..... all i know if theres a problem in that sensor the engine is hard to start especiallt in the morning....

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