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Engine light Check engine light came on and the car started to **** like it was misfiring real bad. Then I tried to punch the accelerator to pass another vehicle and the car was unresponsive. 2 days later the light goes off and the car acts normal again? The code reader said it was the camshaft sensor. Could it be anything else? Please advise. I have the same problem. but at times mine wont start after I have driven it. Mine is a Dodge Intreid 2002

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It could be the camshaft sensor or your throttle position sensor

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