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My 2001 hyundai sonata which is standard has it's check engine light on and is calling for camshaft sensor 1 or bank I already replaced the camshaft but it is still calling for it the speed control doesn't work it doesn't tell me how fast I'm going and every time once the car gets warmed up it shuts off so like about after 30min of driving it'll just shut off I already took it to the dealership and they can't figure out the problem

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