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How to install a 1992 chevy pickup camshaft sensor 1992 chevy pickup 1500 z71 and where is it located? i have no spark coming from my coil so this is my next task? any other answers?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    this yeatr of chevy DOESN'T use a camshaft sensor.


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There isn't a camshaft sensor. The distributor has a control module and a pick up coil inside of it, 1 or both could be bad, it's usually best to replace both. Some parts stores can test them. The is also an Electronic Spark Control Module. I would check the pick up coil and control module.

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