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Before replacing the sensor you need to confirm If it is really faulty or not. For that, you need to check the power supply, reference voltage and the signal(if possible using a scope). Like paulster2 had mentioned you can interchange the sensor and check if the part numbers are same(easier way)!!! Is there any symptoms because of the fault code. Did you ...


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Camshaft position sensors are usually Hall sensors, which translate changes in magnetic field to changes in voltage. As far as proximity is concerned, this should be taken care of by the shape and design of the sensor more than the correct tightening torque. By appropriately torqueing down the sensor you are ensuring that it doesn't get loose during ...


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As Dan says in the comments, have you tried a different battery? If you have power to the lights, you should have power to the starter, but a poor battery may not give enough power to fire the solenoid. The other possibility is that the shaking you have mentioned has caused one of the leads going to the starter to fail. There should be two cables attached ...



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