Question about 1991 Buick LeSabre
Where is the Cam sensor located on this engine, I have looked and haven't been able to see it.
Thanks a bunch
The cam sensor is the "high voltage switch", more commonly refered to as the distributor.
You are probably trying to figure out why you have a cam-crankshaft correlation error code.if the distributor has been disturbed for any reason i.e. tune-up or intake gasket repair, it is not aligned exactly. Tweak it slightly and restart the engine. if the code goes history, you got it. P.S. it may even be unplugged.
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