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Need HELP! locating the MAP sensor and the Camshaft sensor for an

My van has over 215,000 miles, I know she's had a good run but I need her to stick it out, hey, by the way I need to also locate the Speed sensor. Thanks for the Help.

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The MAP sensor is on the breather hose next to the breather box,The speed sensors are pictured below.Please take time to rate this a fixya.
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