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did you check your oil level missing 2 liter and more would make that code

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good question with it being a 2009 i'd ask chevy

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SOURCE: I replaced my camshaft position sensor in my 2009 chevy cobalt..how do I fix the timing? It's still off.

for starters you should have set your number one piston at top dead center (TDC) before you just changed the sensor, All it need is to be one or two teeth out on the timing chain to run rough, here is a link to a guide on how to solve this problem , I hope it helps:

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I spent hours in engine and on the internet. I viewed 15 different sites with 15 different answers. Finally found it...The crankshaft position sensor on a 2009 Chevy Traverse (3.6 liter) is as follows: You need to jack up vehicle (or useramps) and climb under. You CANNOT access it from top (as many sites state). On the firewall (vehicle) side of motor, in the center, directly below the exhaust outlet, you will see a silver (aluminum) heat cover/plate. It is held on by 2 bolts. (one 15mm and one 10mm). The sensor is located benind this cover. Once you get this cover off, you will see two seperate sets of wires, wrapped in silver heat deflection tape. The set of wires that extends further to the left go to th CPS (sensor). I used a small extendable automotive mirror to see it. It is in a tight spot, but once you find it, it is easier to access than it looks!!! Took me about 30 minutes total to switch it out. Hope this helps !!! Good luck.

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Where is the camshaft position sensor in the 2009 chevy traverse?


I spent hours in engine and on the internet. I viewed 15 different sites with 15 different answers. Finally found it...The crankshaft position sensor on a 2009 Chevy Traverse (3.6 liter) is as follows: You need to jack up vehicle (or useramps) and climb under. You CANNOT access it from top (as many sites state). On the firewall (vehicle) side of motor, in the center, directly below the exhaust outlet, you will see a silver (aluminum) heat cover/plate. It is held on by 2 bolts. (one 15mm and one 10mm). The sensor is located benind this cover. Once you get this cover off, you will see two seperate sets of wires, wrapped in silver heat deflection tape. The set of wires that extends further to the left go to th CPS (sensor). I used a small extendable automotive mirror to see it. It is in a tight spot, but once you find it, it is easier to access than it looks!!! Took me about 30 minutes total to switch it out. Hope this helps !!! Good luck.

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