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Camshaft Poaition Sensor

What is the location of the Camshaft Position Sensor in a 1999
BMW 740il?

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  • jfxlr88 Oct 14, 2008

    My 1997 740IL 4.4 does not seem to have a cam sensor for the left bank (drivers side) looked high and low, easy to find the right side but the 97 is not the same as the 99 4.4, my engine light code read out has trouble codes for right and left cam sensor faults, please tell me how to find the 1997 740 IL left banks sensor or is there only one, thanks in advance, Joe

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A picture is worth 1000 words if ya need more help let me knowCamshaft Poaition Sensor - 5a5f7cf.jpg684e6e1.jpg

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Thank you so much for the pictures; you're right, they WERE worth 1,000 words!!!! Just replaced the Bank 1 CPS today, and it was cake, thanks to you.

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2001 Bmw 740ilwhat is the loction of the camshaft position senser Bank 2

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  • tonyarivera5 Jan 13, 2010

    what tool do you need to remobe the camchaft senser on Bmw 740il

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