Question about 2004 Dodge Ram 3500 Truck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Camshaft sensor location
The cam sensor on the 4.7 is located toward the forward edge of the right cylinder head (passenger side). This has a 3 wire connector, tan/with yellow tracer is sensor signal, black / light blue tracer wire is sensor ground and the orange is the 5V supply.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
I had the same problem on a 94 dodge with the cummins. It seems the crank sensor that reads from a notch on the harmonic balancer was the problem Without this sensor reading that the engine is running the alternator wont charge. Possibly the same problem with yours
Posted on May 03, 2009
DO U UNDERSTAND THE MEANING OF "OUT OF PHASE"?? IT IS THE MECHANICAL TIMING OF THE SIGNAL FROM EACH SENSOR TO THE ENGINE CONTROL COMPUTER, WHAT IS THE CODE? ALSO TELL YOUR DAD (NICELY) THAT ATROUBLE CODE DOES NOT ALWAYS MEANS A FAILED SENSOR, ONLY A PROBLEM WITH THE SIGNAL, THAT CAN BE THE WIRING, IT CAN BE MECHANICAL OR IT CAN BE THE SENSOR, MANY POEPLE DON'T GET THAT AND SPEND TON'S OF MONEY CHASING CODES.I HAVE DONE THIS FOR 35 YEARS AND AM SURE OF WHAT I AM SAYING 100%
Posted on May 08, 2009
CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR
2001 Dodge Truck RAM 1500 1/2 ton 2WD 5.9L SFI 8cyl
The Camshaft Position Sensor is located:
Under hood, center, upper engine area, rear of intake manifold, mounted in distributor
If this is helpful.Please leave ositive Feedback. Thanks, SnugglePants
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
THE CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR IS LOCATED ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE HEAD. 2 BOLTS AND AN OVAL FLANGE. IT HAS A RED LOCK ON THE PLUG WHICH YOU JUST MOVE TO THE RIGHT TO RELEASE THE MAIN PLUG. BUT I dont know if thats your problem. the timing belt seems to fail on these cars prematurely. Dodge recomends 90,000 miles but many cars bend engine valves before this due to the timing belt. (around 83000-88000) miles. I would reccomend having someone look into this problem first. Also trying this yourself can be costly, simply because the timing belt MUST be installed properly and exactly. If this is not done the engine could be at risk causing expensive repairs. Ihave a friend who had the timing belt replaced by an individual and the i recieved it on a tow truck. Which it now cost them 1600.00 to repair. I have been a mechanic for 15 years. But i got smart and went back to college and npw i am a refrigeration technition. Just trying to help you out. any ? firstname.lastname@example.org i would be glad to help.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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