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Hi there:
Check this diagrams...

I have a 1999 chevy malibu i need to know where th - 2_13_2012_5_16_26_pm.gif

Fig. Unplug the sensor harness connector (1) from the CMP sensor-2.4L engine shown

2_13_2012_5_17_02_pm.gif

Fig. Unfasten the retaining bolt, then remove the CMP sensor from the camshaft housing-3.1L engine shown

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That engine does not have a timing belt, it has a timing chain and therefore much easier to work with as it can only go on a certain way, the primary focus being getting the dots on the timing chain sprockets lined up properly.

I believe, with the engine at Top Dead Center on cylinder #1, the dots will be facing each other. That is to say, the do on the cam sprocket will be facing the dot on the crank sprocket.

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Hi there:
I suggest to check this diagrams...

2_13_2012_5_16_26_pm.gif

Fig. Unplug the sensor harness connector (1) from the CMP sensor-2.4L engine shown

2_13_2012_5_17_02_pm.gif

Fig. Unfasten the retaining bolt, then remove the CMP sensor from the camshaft housing-3.1L engine shown

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Hi there:
Check this diagrams...

2_13_2012_5_16_26_pm.gif

Fig. Unplug the sensor harness connector (1) from the CMP sensor-2.4L engine shown

2_13_2012_5_17_02_pm.gif

Fig. Unfasten the retaining bolt, then remove the CMP sensor from the camshaft housing-3.1L engine shown

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Check this diagrams...

2_13_2012_5_16_26_pm.gif

Fig. Unplug the sensor harness connector (1) from the CMP sensor-2.4L engine shown

2_13_2012_5_17_02_pm.gif

Fig. Unfasten the retaining bolt, then remove the CMP sensor from the camshaft housing-3.1L engine shown

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