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When you push on the gas the car jerks the check engine light came on and read a cam sensor error. the car would run with out jerking when pushing on the pedal lightly. then would not start the next day.

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Give it a visual check and if all the wires look good you should replace the sensor, consult a chilton manual for specifics

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