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Engine light comes on and engine stalls but restarts and runs fine the code is for camshaft sensor changed that and still does it disconnect the battery to clear engine light anybody have any answers

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Clean th reluctor on the camshaft,it may have metal sticking to it,or the timing chain,or belt is stretch

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