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The cam shaft positioning sensor is where the distributor used to be. the cam turns the distributor.you probably don't have a distributor and now there is a cam position sensor in its place. assuming you have distributors ignition,and coil packs.if it has a distributor, the sensor is located under the rotor and is held by 2 screws, but in order to remove it, you have line up the the notch in the mounting plate for the rotor with the sensor or you wont be able to get it out, its a very tight fit.
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Posted on May 22, 2011
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