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We just replaced the camshaft positioning sensor on our trailblazer and now it won't start or even turnover. is there a reset or something that we need to do. it was running fine before we replaced this.

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    Jeff Turcotte Apr 07, 2011

    no reset. Did you take anything apart to replace the sensor? Did you take the battery cable off? If yes, did you put it back on tight?

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Make sure battery wires are connected to it and fuses are ok. there should be no problems at all, is power going to the starter motor?. Thanks

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