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Replaced 93 intrepid cam sensor

Replaced cam sensor car will not turn over. was sputtering but then stopped turning over completely. help please

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    does the battery have power enough to crank or is it just "click"Click" sound



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Di d you change this your self? sounds like connection problem turn on key do not crank engine see if engine service light goes out if not get a OBD 2 Scan tool to retrieve the fault code and proceed from that point good luck

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