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99 Neon sohc keeps wipping the cam and crank sensors

Neon 99 2.0L SOHC,
Keeps wipping the cam and crank sensors, what can be causing this?
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Shake or gentle tug on the wiring harness and try starting the engine! I found that my problem was with the cam sensor wiring harness

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Location of the camshaft position sensor - DOHC engine shown

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The target magnet has 2 locating dowels for proper alignment during installation

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