On the 3.0L it is inside the distributor.On the 3.0L it is inside the distributor.
If I'm not mistaken, I think the camshaft position sensor on these engines is built into the distributor. You'd have to replace the whole thing.
The camshaft sensor is located in the distributor. I believe you have to replace the hole distributor.
The distributor drive gear would be part of the camshaft. The camshaft would have to be replaced.
Yea, the crankshaft sensor is under the distributor and the camshaft sensor is inside the distributor, you cannot change it so you will have to replace the whole distributor.
The cam sensor is part of the distributor. You have to replace the entire distributor.
how do you replace a cam shaft sensor in a 2002 3.3L dodge grand caravan
On the 2000 model it is part of the distributor and you either replace complete distributor or try to dismantle the distributor and replace sensor only.
It is in the distributor, you have to buy a distributor to replace.
The cam shaft position sensor is located under the distributor cap. You can replace this easily by undoing the screws holding on the distributor cap, remove and replace the sensor, then just replace the distributor cap.
in the distributor, you have to replace the whole unit.
It's located on the distributor. You don't have to remove the distributor to replace the sensor. Remove the air cleaner, disconnect the negative battery cable, remove the distributor cap, disconnect the camshaft position sensor wiring harness, remove the distributor rotor, lift the camshaft position sensor assembly from the distributor housing Camshaft Position Sensor. Installation, Install the camshaft position sensor into the distributor. Align the sensor into the notch on the distributor housing, connect the wiring harness, reinstall the rotor, reinstall the distributor cap. Tighten the mounting screws, reinstall the air cleaner.
You can't, it's a non serviceable unit and you must replace the whole distributor.
That engine does not have a cam sensor. It still has a distributor. If the engine is not firing then I would replace the ignition module that's in the distributor under the cap.
The camshaft sensor is incorporated into what we used to call a distributor at the rear of the engine. Fairly easy to replace...just remove the distributor cap and rotor, disconnect the sensor's harness connector and remove the assembly. Note here--this is not a conventional distributor that you can "time" by moving it. The distributor itself must be in synch or misfires will result.
Assuming you are asking about a 4.0L engine... Remove the distributor cap. Remove the rotor. Unplug the camshaft positioning sensor from the harness. Lift carefully where the cable feeds through the distributor to the CMP and remove. Put replacement CMP in the same place and connect it to the harness. Replace the rotor and distributor cap. Courtesy of xjtalk.com
the camshaft sensor is located in the distributor. you need to purchase the entire distibutor to replace the sensor.
The camshaft position sensor is an intregal part of the distributor, therefore if the CMP sensor is defective the distributor must be replaced. Have it checked out by a qualified mechanic.
On the top of the bell housing. thats the crank position sensor the cam sensor in a 93 is fixed in the distributor to replace it you need a new distributor
You have to replace the distributor assembly.You have to replace the distributor assembly.
To change the camshaft positioning sensor on a 98 GMC Jimmy you need to first locate it. The sensor is located within the distributor. Next, unbolt the old sensor and replace with a new sensor.
Cam sensor is inside the distributor under pick-up coil. Some say whole distributor has to come out to replace, some have snuck it out by removing pick-up coil.
yes, the camshaft sensor is just a plastic disk with a plug on it. It goes on the rotor shaft under the cap. It usually costs under $10.
The distributor is bolted to the head and is driven off the cam. The easiest way to replace it is to remove the distributor cap and place it on the valve cover, leaving the spark plug wires connected. Disconnect the connector at the distributor and unbolt the distributor for the head. Position the new distributors shaft in the same position as the old distributor so it can be installed the same way. The distributor drive must engage the end of the camshaft. Lubricate the new distributors O-ring with oil, Install the new distributor, wiggling the shaft slightly can help locate engage the camshaft. After bolting it in and connecting the wiring harness, you can install the cap/rotor. If you are installing an new cap/rotor, you can remove the wires one at a time so not to mix up their positions.
In order to replace the camshaft position sensor, you would need to disconnect the electrical plug holding it in. Using a socket, hold down the bolt and remove the camshaft position sensor.