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Cam shift sensor

How to repair cam shift sensor

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  • ernkie Jul 17, 2008

    i had my camshaft sensor replace and now i have a leak so i need to know what when wrong and they change the timming belt on it to and now i need to know why it is leaking

  • mike-the-tig Apr 13, 2009

    where is camshaft sensor located at on 2004 interpid.Is it on drivers side back of valve cover or top middle of timing cover.send pic if have one thanks..

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I had a camshaft sensor replace in my 2004 suzuki forenza and now i have a leak now so tell me what they do wrong

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