Question about 2003 Dodge Intrepid
Quick fix. No worries. There is 1 bolt and one wire connector for the camshaft postioning sensor. The sensor is located on the front of the block just slightly off center toward the drivers side. An easy to find out which one it is (because there are a few wierd little sensor things around it) is to buy the new one and look in that area until you find a match to the part in your hand. Be careful to not break the wiring harness when removing.
Step 1: Find the sensor (hardest part)
Step 2: Remove the (1) bolt holding it into the engine block
Step 3: Remove the wiring harness from the old sensor
Step 4: Plug the wiring harness into the new sensor
Step 5: Replace the bolt and snug the sensor in place
Step 6: Using an OBD2 (II) sensor. Turn your check engine light off.
NOTE: You must turn the check engine light off. Simply changing the sensor will not turn off the light.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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