Very easy. Four 10 mmHex head bolts. Found on right side of engine (as ur looking at it), above tranny. If ur unsure what it looks like go to parts store so u can see one. A quater inch ratchet with a 10 mm socket. The lower two bolts are a little more difficult, but with some patience and a 10mm combination wrench you can get it.
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This is a very difficult repair. I would guess you're already into it hip deep. The specs for this engine is available in the Chilton's manual. Every library reference section has one. Look under "cam shaft-remove and replace.
Your camshaft sensor is shot. I had the same problem on my 03 coupe. There are two camshaft sensors. They are located on the back side of each cylinder head. My 1st one went out and I replaced it and then the other went out about a week later. The sensors cost roughly $70 each and aren't that difficult to change. Hope this helps.
P0322 is not the cam shaft sensor but the crank shaft sensor. It is called the
engine speed sensor, it is in fact located next to the oil filter housing remove the bolt and the sensor will come
out, Its fairly simple. The harness at times can be a little difficult to remove
from the holder. This is done from under the vehicle. Note: please use jack stands if working under the vehicle.
Sounds like your crank sensor or cam sensor is malfunctioning. Their positions are not correlating which means they are not in perfect alignment according to the computer. I don't think the parts are very expensive and probably not that hard to replace. I replaced both on my 99 Ford Explorer, and I don't recall it that difficult. Anyway, hope this helps.