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Where is the camshaft position sensor on the Daewoo Nubira CDX d-tec 2.0l engine and where can you find a diagram or instructions to replace it?


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2005-04-14 12:29:47
2005-04-14 12:29:47

I have a 2001 Nubira, and the camshaft sensor was one of many things I have had to replace, if you have any problems with your steering it's probably your control arms and bushings. Now the sensor is located behind your drive belt that is connected to your alternator. In the interior area of this belt you'll see a couple of bolts which cover this sensor. You have to loosen these and I believe there is a belt cover which you must unclip in the area above the sensor cover. At this point you will not be able to get to the sensor. You must unbolt the two bolts on this that hold your engine. Don't worry the weight of the engine will keep itself in place. Now place a hydraulic jack under the engine, with a piece of wood on the part that is to make contact with the engine. Jack the engine up so that the tension is released in the area where you are to remove the sensor. You'll need a pair of needle nosed pliers to remove it, and don't forget which way it will go back in(which way was it taken out?)


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