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Replacing camshaft sensor myself on 3.0 ohv

How do I replace it? The part looks pretty simple but i figure theres some specifics i may need 2 know

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    scanner says camshaft sensor circuit malfuction

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Make sure you have the proper size socket .It is a easy replacement part.

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