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Cam sensor 1995 neon, code 22, I replaced the cam sensor and it still shows up. Just did a head job and when I put it back together I might have cracked the magnet in the single OH cam where can I get another?

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Depends on where you live.

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How do i change a cam sensor on a 2005 dodge neon?

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