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97 t 100 wont start after replacing cam shaft senser

Changed cam shaft sencer before the truck was runing but missing
now the truck wont startb help....

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Try old one back on. If it fires, your new one may be defective.It may be the positioning of the sensor, some are very touchy with being in the exact spot, or real close.Did you make sure it's back to where original position was?

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