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Cam Sensor is going out need to know the price of replacing it!

How much do you think it will cost to replace the Cam Sensor?

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The sensor is about $50.00 us and its in a relatively easy spot to get to so you shouldn't need to pay for more than 2 hours labor
Hope this Helps....Good Luck!

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I had a water pump put on and now the car jerks when you press down on gas and after driving for 15 minutes or so it doesn't want to go when you press on the gas. it keeps jerking until you cut the car off and turn it back on then it will drive normal for a few minutes before it acts up again. i'm wonder what would make this happen sensors. timing chain, water pump?

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