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Have a code showing a camshaft sensor problem on 2004 Honda CRV. I am wondering if you can tell me where it is, and how to change. thank you.

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Hi.

The sensor is included in the distributor, you need to disconnect battery and to undo the distributor cap.

have a code showing a - ginko_93.gif

Here the service manuals:

CR-V Service manual.

2000-HONDA-CRV-SERVICE-MANUAL pdf

Posted on Mar 18, 2011

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