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My 98 harley electra glide cuts off going down the road;

But will start right back up. Its doin it more often. My cam seal was leaking , I'm fixing this right now. Do you think this could affect cam sensor. I have a code in computer for cam sensor or crank sensor but I don't know how long this codes been there.

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Yes oil can effected cam sensor and other module in that area

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