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Crank shaft sesor/cam sensor problem?

My check engine light came on and my car started puttering when i gave it gas. My body had a diagnostic tool and we figured out that it was ether the cam shaft sensor or the crank shaft positioning sensor. i just replaced the cam sensor and now the car takes 5 to 10 sec. to turn over and bogs out if i go over 2000 rpm's. im assuming it would has to be the crank sensor. if any one can think of another reason why this might happen please help.

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If you had a fault with the crank sencer your car would not start.Sounds like the air flow meter is giving you the problems.

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