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2006 hhr has code for cam sensor/diff module? will this make tc light and engine come on also rough shifting.....where is this located on vehicle?

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Stand in fromnt of the car, the cam shaft position module is located on the front of the engine to the right hand side just below the fuel rail.

Posted on Aug 08, 2010

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  • kjbonin Aug 08, 2010

    I'm having the same issue with the tc system and cam position sensor issue with my '06 hhr. the tc light comes on at 55mph, then shortly after, the engine light. I'm thinking its a traction sensor problem.

  • kjbonin Aug 08, 2010

    here is a diagram showing the location.

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    prismamartin Apr 20, 2012

    Hi I have a 2006 Chevy HHR it has about 63,000 miles I've always maintanied it with Oil Change when it's needed but recently it's been showing the Check Engine and than a few miles later will show the TC and will make the car shake for a minute how can I fix it?

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