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Crank case sensor? Sorry, I don't think I've ever heard of one. Crank position sensor? (Prob top of the bell housing directly behind the cylinder head, 10 mm headed bolt holds the shield and the sensor in place, but is only used when trouble shooting misfires.)
I would be curious to know what the code is. Since this engine uses a distributor, there is no cam sensor listed other than the pick-up coil in the dist. If the engine has a crank sensor it is mounted on the timing cover behind the crank pulley. Usually, when you have a wandering idle speed, the idle speed control valve is faulty or the throttle body is dirty, or there is a vac leak somewhere.
Breeze, 4 cylinder: check fuse # 5 (20a), fuse #1 (10a), fuse # 10 (10a)- in the power distribution box. Check for power to the coil on the dark green wire with orange stripe. If power there, test the coil. If coil is good, suspect the cam position sensor or the crank position sensor. Breeze, 6 cylinder: check fuse # 5 (20a), fuse # 10 (10a). Check for power to coil on the dark green wire with orange stripe. If no power to coil, try a new or known good Auto Shutdown Relay (in the power distribution center). If still no power to coil, may be a problem in wiring harness. If there is power to coil, and still no spark, test the coil. If coil is good, suspect the cam position sensor (in the distributor), or the crank position sensor. If all check good, may be a problem in the wiring or the pcm (computer). Good luck.
the "camshaft position sensor" in your case is located inside the distributer .. if its bad your cars computer will have flagged it with an error code .. many auto parts stores will read the computer free .. unfortunatly the camshaft position sensor is part of the distributer .. so you probably have to replace the whole thing .. check the wiring and connectors going to the distributor to make sure they are not damaged .. now there is a crankshaft position sensor as well that can cause similar problems .. check the pcv valve to make sure its working properly .. it can cause some stange problems if it sticks ..
It is located in the distributer. The part is not sold seporate from the distributer. It is only a dealer item the whole distributer for 450.00$. It is also called the crank angle sensor. Just because the code 0335 comes on on the scan does not mean that the sensor is bad. The best thing to do it take it to a dealer. Actually the one in the distributor is called a camshaft position sensor. You can by rebuilt distributor for around 250.00. The crank shaft position sensor is located on the Transmission housing on the left side.