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When I give the car gas it starts jerking back and forth when it gets to 2,500 RPMS. They told me it was the camshaft postioning sensor and crankshaft sensor not corrisponding together but the dealer said it was out of time, What is your opion on this problem.

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They are right these two sensors will out out time in the computer so replace your cam sensor.

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If the timing belt or timing chain has jumped time, this will cause conflict. the scanner at the dealer will be able to tell if this has happened.this way they can tell if you need new sensors or timing components

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