it does not have one, after 2000 modes the camshaft position sensor is eliminated the these vehicles use the use the VRS system to determine where the No. 1 piston is. therefore they only required a Crankshaft sensor not a Camshaft sensor.
There is only one camshaft position sensor on the 4.6L V8's
On crankshaft position sensor, one camshaft position sensor.
1996 and later models-the camshaft position sensor is located on the back of the distributor, drivers side.the loss of the camshaft position sensor signal will not affect the driveability of the vehicle. whoops,that sensor is located in the distributor,the one on the back is the ignition module.
It's behind one of the camshaft pulleys. Why would a CRANKSHAFT position sensor be behind a CAMSHAFT pulley ??
i have been told my camshaft position sensor needs changing on my Renault scenic 2005 model a have brought one but don't know where it is to change it
If you are asking if one exists on a Harley, the answer is yes.
The camshaft position sensor is located near the thermostat housing. You should replace the crankshaft position sensor as well. This one is much harder to locate....it is on the backside of the engine that is between the firewall and the engine block. Both use the same sensor.
There isn't one. It only has a dual vane crankshaft position sensor.
On a 1999-2005 model Mazda Miata the camshaft position sensor is located on the valve cover towards the rear of the engine (closest to the firewall). It has one 3-pin connector connected to it and one 10mm bolt to remove the sensor
All depending on the year of your vehicle will determine the location of the camshaft position. The camshaft position sensor, or cps, is located just under the head gasket. They are two different sensors, so be sure to deal with the correct one.
The camshaft position sensor is an integral part of the distributor. If codes and tests indicate that it is faulty, the distributor must be replaced. Last I looked a cheap one was $1,500.
one of two things, the upper o2 sensor or the camshaft position sensor
The Camshaft position sensors (One at the front bank and one at the rear bank, the rear one will require to remove the the fuel injection V-bank cover to access)are located on the cylinder head. The front bank CPS is at the RHS near the Transmission fluid dipstick. Once identified the locations, replacement is easy. Disconnect the harness cover and remove the CPS mounting screws with a ring wrench.
I would like to know where the cam sensor is on a 1999 pathfinder and is there one or they calling it a crank shaft sensor The cam shaft position sensor is located in the distributor.
It is located on the backside of the engine. Go to youtube and type in how to replace camshaft sensor on 2005 Nissan altima and it will show where it is and how to replace it, that is how I did my one.
Doesn't have one, only uses a crank sensor.
Answerthe camshaft sensor is the distributor but the crankshaft position sensor is located right next to the crankshaft its held on by one bolt
There is one per cam, the sensor is bolted into the head by 1 bolt.
Yes, there is a camshaft position sensor in a Jeep TJ 2.5L. It is in the distributor and looks like a black plastic plate with a wire coming out of it. Easily removed by gently prying the plate out of position with your hands. Unplug it and plug in a new one.
If this is a 6VD1 engine, the camshaft position sensor will be located on the very back of the left bank head (on the inside, under the intake manifold). The easiest way to have it replaced or removed is to take off the intake manifold. The sensor is only secured with one 10mm bolt but it is a frustrating thing to put it back on with the intake installed, unless you have very slim hands.
its not a sensor you timing belt jumped a tooth on the camshaft sprocket on the rear of the motor...the Bank 1 camshaft...which is the one that sucks to get to
Bank one is the side of the engine with cylinder number one. Position two is after the catalytic converter.
One would replace the camshaft position sensor on a 2004 Suzuki Forenza by taking it to a certified auto mechanic. The mechanic would then check out and repair the issue, thereby rendering the car back to a serviceable condition.
The camshaft position sensor is located directly behind the power steering pump. Remove the belt, them three bolts hold on the power steering pump, then one bolt holds the posiion sensor in place. There is one wire coming from the senosr to the wiring harness. This is a very easy repair to do.