Inside the timing chain cover there is a crank position sprocket and a sensor that connects into the side of the timing chain cover. There is also a sensor in the distributor(this is the camshaft position sensor). The connector faces the firewall. To setup your timing you have to rotate the distributor to 0 deg or you will get a P1345 code. A timing light won't help. If you don't have the right equipment you need to take it to the dealer or keep adjusting the distributor until the code goes away. Jon
It sure can.
The Camshaft sensor is located in the distributor.
no it does not due to the fact it does not have a camshaft. it does however have a crank sensor. the jeep 4.0L engine is a OHV engine not OHC. that means it is a pushrod engine instead of a camshaft driven engine
the camshaft position sensor is on the left side of the engine , at back on the upper side . you have to demont the conector , than unscrew and replace it
Most Camshaft Positioning Sensors are "Plug and play", if not I do not recommend playing with it if you are unsure have a mechanic do it.
near the #4 spark plug. 2.0L Engine
there are many different things that it could be check the camshaft positioning sensor, the throttle positioning sensor, and the crankshaft positioning sensor.
The camshaft interrupter magnet also known as the camshaft positioning sensor uses the magnetic field created by the magnetic pole piece to relay the camshaft positioning data to the engine control computer to start accurate, split-second ignition timing adjustments.
where is the camshaft exhaust positioning sensor on the in-line 5 cylinder motor, 2006 hummer h3
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.
The 2003 Mazda camshaft position in sensor can be found on the back of the left-hand cylinder head. The camshaft position sensor should be labeled as such.
---------------------------------------------------------- The camshaft positioning sensor is hidden behind the starter motor on the 3.5 6-cyl. engine. I think it's the same for the 4.0. The starter motor must be removed to replace the sensor.
have never heard of a cam angle sensor. the cam does not change angle.it stays put in the bearings
Inside the distributor.
still waiting on a answer , is it the same as a 2.3?
yes, under the rotor in the distributor
The cam sensor is inside the distributor and tells the computer the rotational location of the camshaft.
The camshaft position sensor is located in the engine compartment of the 2002 Daewoo Leganza. It is at the end of the camshaft housing.
The camshaft position sensor, on a Ford 6.0 liter power stroke engine, is located inside of the rear engine cover. The sensor is on the back of the camshaft.
Cam position is taken from the distributor. There is no separate cam sensor.
On a single cam ford focus 2000-2001 the cam position sensor is below the pcv valve. If looking at the engine it is on the right side, rear, about a 3inches from the top of the engine.
There isn't one on the V8 or TDi
If it is a V6 or V8 it would be the distributor.