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I need to know if the crank angle and cam shaft sensors are two d

We had our crank angle sensor replaced but car stills stalls...

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  • nov21196 Dec 22, 2008

    Hi yes it was helpful we have replace both crank angle and cam shaft sensor and the car has begun doing the same thing again ,,,,any other sugetions ,It either starts well and goes great for a while but then coughs splutters and dies we wait for a while and it will go again...its driving us crazy as to what it may be ...

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    rear tires at the bottom are angled out from the car enough to notice it. I was wondering is their a certain angle there at or are they adjustable-or something else wrong

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Yes each one has its own sensor.

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