Question about 1999 Buick Century
I asked around and common answer is camshaft position sensor if this is true where is it on motor and how easy is it for an ordinary guy to change
The service engine light DOES NOT mean change your oil. The change oil or maintence required light means change oil. The service engine light is the same as a check engine light and means that there is something (not always really bad) is going on with your motor and need someone that has a code reader to let you know what the code is. Yes that code is a camshaft position sensor code. It is located on the passenger side of the engine in the "valley" between the two cyclinder heads. Its not too hard as long as you have some tools and some skills. Its easiest to remove the serpentine belt and remove the bolts for the power steering pump. That way you can move the pump a little to gain better access to remove the cam sensor. Just replaced one yesterday on a 99 century. Hope that helps!
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Service engine light means change engine oil. When you change your engine oil have them reset it. Have a nice day
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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