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Where is the camshaft position sensor located in a 2000 eclipse gt 3.0 v6

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SOURCE: locating camshaft positioning sensor on 2000 Daewoo Laganza

when you open your hood and you look on the valve cover you see on your left side of top of your cover a cable sticking out from a black piece that is the positioning sensor that cranksup the car

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Cam is on the end of the block, crankshaft sensor is on the bottom of the block. Both are easy to change....are you changing these due to poor performance or no start condition?

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SOURCE: locating camshaft positioning sensor on 2000 Daewoo Laganza

hi,
it is under the upper timing belt cover between the camshaft gears. According to the manual touching anything related to timing belt requires removing million parts including right front wheel. I suspect this might be an overkill just to remove upper timing belt cover.

So my advice would be to get it done by some mechanic as u will not be able to do it and may damage other parts also.

Thanks!
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SOURCE: 2000 Daewoo Nubira camshaft position sensor

on the front under timing belt cover ,back cam ,if its not their then back of head about 3inches along from the gear wheel end

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SOURCE: Where is the camshaft position sensor on a 2000 Ford Explorer?

in the rear like where the dist would normaly be

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