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Is it a coincidence that the very Camshaft sensor which was subject to 2 recalls due to overheating is the one that keeps going out... even though my dealer says mine is not a recall item....How does one get something added to recall or 'lemon' status... not the whole car, just the **** sensor!

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If you can get one ??and thats the sensor for the opel astra 16v ,its the same as but its made by BOSCH .You will never get problems with a bosch unit thats made in germany .made in china ??now thats another story

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