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I need to know were the camshaft position sensor location is on my 8.1 2001 chevy 2500 hd

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Look on the side or rear of the engine in the area of the cam it will be in close proximity to the cam it is usually recessed into the engine block but can also look like a relay but it will have a wire harness plug on it also its usually located any where from the midle of the engine to the right side front or rear.

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