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1999 chevy suburban 5.7 L. vortec. Can a bad camshaft sensor cause a no start? rebuilt engine, fuel pressure 60 LBS.,spark at all the plugs, compression 140 lbs, timing is dead on.

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I do believe it will not start with out it if you can hook up a scan tool to it crank the engine and look at rpms while cranking should read about two hundred forty rpms thats what fires the injectors the cam sensor tells the computer what cylinder is ready to fire next also scanner will set the cam timming.

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