Question about Ford Taurus
Ez out . Ask your locial pars stoe. this will help you remove when you don't have notthing to get a hold of, they really work and are fairly easy, good luck with it.
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The camshaft position sensor is installed in the timing belt housing cover above the left camshaft sprocket.
1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
2. Remove the upper intake plenum.
3. Disconnect electrical connector from sensor.
4. Remove camshaft position sensor bolt.
5. Pull sensor up out of the timing belt housing.
If the removed sensor is reinstalled, remove the old spacer from the sensor face, Attach a
new spacer to the face of the sensor.
If installing a new sensor be sure that the paper spacer is attached to the face.
1. Install sensor in the timing belt housing and push down until contact is made with the camshaft sprocket. While holding down in position, install and tighten bolt to 12 N.m(105in.lbs) torque.
Hook up electrical connector.
Connect Negative battery back up.
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