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Water in oil, 2.4 liter engine, is this camshaft sensor

Where is the sensor?

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  • Netpusher Jun 01, 2008

    Water in oil can be caused by cam position sensor as read on other forums.



    Have been watching heat guage very closely, no overheating.



    Had a mechanic tell me there was nothing wrong with head gasket when I took it in for warranty repair.

  • Netpusher Jun 01, 2008

    Apparently part of my question was left out of my original post. My specific question is Where is the camsaft sensor? I want to see if I can remove it and replace it to see if it solves my oil in water problem. I understand this does NOT apply to the 3.0 and higher engine, only the 2.4.

    Thanks for your information

  • Netpusher Jun 01, 2008

    also part of the information is it is 1999 Voyager.

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Not sure exactilly what your question is but if you have wather in the oil then this car is been overheating a needs to be repair unfotunatelly is not safe to drive it will get more expensive or it might need an engine if you keep driving but seems to be like your head gsaket is gone and thats not somethign cheap to repair

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  • fernando arevalo Jun 01, 2008

    I'M A PROFETIONAL AUTO TECH AND HAD NEVER HEAR OR SEEM A cam sensor causing water mix and also i will recomend you to have a diferent or second opinion from another auto repair since the warranty places sometimes just try to keep away from warranty repairs

    have check for some one else and ask for a writing estimate and then take this estimate to your wararnty place

    also i used to own a voyager before

  • fernando arevalo Jun 01, 2008

    i'm here trying to help you for free even if your question is not clear and you leave feedback of inapropiate?

    feedback is important to me and i try to answer the best i can even if question is not clear

    may be i have to stop anwering or try not to answer questions when they are not clear because i get nothing good for doing it

    thank you any way and if you have more questions just try to be clear and i will try to answer as best as i can have a nice day and good luck

  • fernando arevalo Jun 03, 2008

    since you mark my question to inapropiate i won't answer any more of your questions unless you have the way to remove that because i'm just trying to help you in the free forums not even getting pay for doing it and all what i get is the lowest feedback from you but if you can correct that then i will tell you where the sensor is since now your question make sentences i don't mean because the water i mean now your question is clear

    but if i don't answer don't be worry some one else will

    thankyou and good luck.

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SOURCE: No oil pressure, camshaft position sensor error,

Yes, the sensor is in small housing the goes in the hole where the distributor used to go. That also drives the oil pump so don't drive it you'll ruin the engine. It's located down under the throttle body, near transmission end of the engine.

Posted on Jan 04, 2010

SOURCE: camshaft sensor p0320 replaced

What are the problems?
The codes you get,do not mean there is a problem with an item shown for that code,just that it is out of range for a period of time.
I doubt you have cam sensor issues.
Misfire and bad COP Ignition Coils are common on Fords. You also get several,not so related codes,sometimes.
Not very many people can work on todays vehicles,without knowledge of the systems and the proper test equipment. Too many people throwing parts at their vehicle ,in an effort to fix and save money. It is costing a lot when you guess wrong,which is most of the time.

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SOURCE: Camshaft Position Sensor

I have a 2000 x5 4.4 my problem is i can turn the ingintion switch wait about 3 to 4 second and the SUV will start. Or sometime I have to turn the inginiton switch all the way off and back on again before it start. I have had the ingintion replaced about 9 months ago.

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  1. sth~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: A special service tool such as Syncro Positioning Tool T95T-12200-A must be obtained prior to installation of the replacement camshaft position sensor. Failure to follow this procedure will result in improper camshaft position sensor alignment. This will result in the fuel system being out of time with the engine, possibly causing engine damage.
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