Question about Cars & Trucks
HOW DO YOU REMOVE THEM
Many different cars, Many different locations. Most times they are located next to a camshaft sprocket and you can find them by looking at a wire connector that is attached to it. Sometimes they are located INSIDE a distributor cap. Try entering your vehicle into an online parts store. Most of these websites have a component location tool on their website. Good Luck!!!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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