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the cam shaft sensor should be located on the front of the drivers side of the engine head just below the valve cover.. might be a bracket hiding it but it should be their look for a wiring going to the front of that left side front head.... hope it helps
The easiest way to tell which is bank one and which is bank 2 is stand to the side of the engine and look directly across the front. one of the cylinder heads will be slightly more to the front than the other as the cylinders are offset. the leading head is where cylinder no 1 in located and that is bank one, the trailing head will be bank 2. Sensor number 2 will be the one located by the catalytic converter. Sensor no 1 is the one in the exhaust manifold close to the engine and no 2 is downstream towards the cat.
The oil filter is located under the oil filter cap located on the drivers side front of the motor. Remove the plastic cover that goes over the top of the engine. As your standing in front of the vehicle look down and just to the right of the intake manifold. You will see a black plastic cap about 3" in diameter. It will have what looks like a large bolt head molded into the top of it. Remove that cap and the oil filter will be under it.
coolant temperature sensor is located next to thermostat housing at front of engine in intake manifold you will see it right next to top radiator hose but this one reports to pcm the one for the gauge in dash or light is on the drivers side cylinder head you will see one little wire going to a sensor screwed in head near second plug back on drivers side
If 6 cylinder on side of block ( passenger side ) both ends of cylinder head and one on back of block between trans and engine. 8 cylinder both sides of engine block, both ends of cylinder heads and back of block between trans and block.
IT IS LOCATED ON THE FRONT OF THE FRONT CYLINDER HEAD(BELT END) OF ENGINE..JUST ABOVE ALTERNATOR..2 BOLTS HOLD IT TO HEAD,A METAL TUBE COMES OFF IT..1 ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR..MORE LIKELY ELECTRICAL SIDE OF VALVE IS DEFECTIVE(SOLENOID)
..RECOMMEND REPLACING VALVE..ABOUT 120 BUCKS FROM DEALER..YOU WILL NEED A NEW TUBE GASKET AND NEED TO DISCONNECT BATTERY WHILE REPLACING..HAVE SEEN CODES RETURN EVEN REPLACING A DEFECTIVE VALVE..WAS A TECH TIP FROM CHRYSLER ENGINEERING..I HOPE THIS HELPS