It takes about .9 of an hour to change regardless of which engine you have.(book time) it is located on the distributor, you have to remove the distributor to check it and/or replace it.
The cam sensor is located on the left side of the engine (as your looking at it) on the valve cover. It is the only sensor that is located on that side on the upper part of the engine.
There is no cam sensor on the 1995 year engine. GM. did not use a cam sensor on that year.
on the rocker cover
the sensor is behind the timing belt cam gear.
The SGC and SGT signals from the Cam Angle Sensor CAS and tell the ECU how to run the spark and injectors.
No cam, but yes crank
Simply pop the hood and look at your motor. It will say SOHC or DOHC.
no sgc signal. cam position sensor
1.8 liter single cam engine: 4 to 6 degrees BTDC 1.8 liter dual cam engine: 9 to 11 degrees BTDC
The timing marks for a 1995 Mazda e2000 are located on the cam and crankshaft sprockets. They must be perfectly aligned to prevent engine damage.
It is inside the distributor.
replace the distributor
sounds like you need to replace cam positioning sensor on engine
This could be a problem with your cam sensor, or crank sensor.
No, just the distributor pick up plate (cam sensor)
See related links below for location. Unclip harness, remove 10mm bolt, remove sensor.
The 94 and 95 are the same,no cam sensor.1996 and 1997 are differant in one way.The 1996 and 1997 have a cam sensor. .The 97 has a cam sensor and the 94 does not.The 1996 has a cam sensor too.
1.8 liter single cam engine (SE, DX): 4 to 6 degrees BTDC 1.8 liter dual cam engine (LX): 9 to 11 degrees BTDC
when do i change a cam belt on a mazda 2
can you drive with a faulty cam sensor for a while?
That year did not have a cam sensor.
If it has a 4.3 V-6 it is in the disturber.
about 20 dollars do it yourself
The 2014 Mazda MAZDA2 has double overhead cam (DOHC).