The cam sensor tells the computer where your cam is in it's rotation. The info is used to determine spark timing and fuel delivery. if it's bad, you'll run rough or not at all. Vehicles with distributors will sometimes integrate thet sensor with the distributor. Otherwise, it will be located near the cam. I had a Vauxhall Vectra - terrible car!! - one of the problems was engine dying on me at any point whilst driving! it was almost impossible to trace the problem as it was an occasional fault, but stopped for good once the cam sensor was changed.
Need to know the year, make and engine size of your vehicle.
they are going to look at you with a eyes then you are going to know
There are many sensors, need to know what year, make, model and which sensor is in question.
look under the throttle body on the front of the engine there s a sensor with 3 wires going to it that is the engine coolant temperature sensor
If you look on the hose going from the air filter box into the engine the AIT sensor is screwed into the side of the hose
If you look at your air intake tube you should see a connector going to it, that connector is going to your iat sensor. Ther is no connector on air intake tube but severl connector on intake manifold?
Look around you. If you don't see any witches you know the witch sensor is working.
you should look for a doctor.
you would know when he/she is always looking at you but when you look back he/she would look away
look at your trany it should have a wire going into it on the top side in the middle
ask Cameron, how would we know. besides, he says hes going to be single forever!