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Where is the cam position sensor located on a 98 1500 chevy p/u5.7

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Camshaft sensor, in your truck it's call distributor pick-up assembly, sit in the distributor assembly, will be the connector with three wire's, to replace distributor will have to come out, before remove distributor out, remove cap and make a mark some where, where the rotor is pointing to, so when you put it back in the rotor points where the mark is at, or you will have a hard the setting it with number one cylinder again.

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Bcas1298 is correct it's in the distributor and after you install it you'll have to get a scanner and reset the cam ****** timing.

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CAM SENSOR ABOVE THE CRANKSHAFT PULLEY.CRANKSHAFT SENSOR ON SIDE OF ENGINE BLOCK.

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SOURCE: 98 silverado 5.7L camshaft position sensor

ITS ABOVE CRANKSHAFT PULLEY.IT CONNECTS WITH CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR.

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