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Location of cam sensor 2006 Pontiac solstice 2.4

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SOURCE: 2007 pontiac, solstice cam sensor replacement -is this common?

I had a similar problem with my 2007. I followed the code information and a few months later had the issue again. I took it to the Buick Dealership and found out it was the timing chain. When the chain begins to give on this engine it may cause two sensors to be out of sync. Cost a pretty penny to fix.

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