it is possible camshaft position sensor but i am not sure
Passenger side of the block, the gray item on the tall shaft near the oil filter.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but from what I have read the camshaft position sensor for the Ford 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine is on top of the engine , near the centerline , near the firewall ( apparently you can't see it until the upper intake manifold is removed )
Locate the camshaft sensor in your car. Disconnect the electrical plug on the sensor. Remove the bolt that holds it in place. Twist the the sensor to remove it and place in the new one.
Camshaft sensor is at the bottom front of the right side cylender head. It can easily be accessed by simply tugging on and removing the airbox.
The camshaft position sensor on the 1999 4.0 L OHV engine is located at the rear of the engine block on the top of the engine where the distributor was installed on earlier versions of this engine. (according to my Haynes repair manual)
It's located on the passenger side of the motor, right behind the side motor mount, a little towards the back. You can get to it from the top of the motor.
On the throttle body, opposite the cables.On the throttle body, opposite the cables.
at the junk yard lol
The cam sensor is inside the distributor.
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
ON FRONT OF RIGHT CYLINDER HEAD, NEAR BREAKOUT TO STARTER MOTOR.