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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are SURE all the plugs read OK, you better do a compression check. A leakdown test would be better, but most shops don't have the equipment. Could be a leaky valve. Did your RPM on the tach decrease when this started? It usually does when you have a dead cylinder. Crank the idle speed up to 1200-1500 and try pulling the plug wires off 1 cylinder then put it back on. If you truly have a dead cylinder the RPM will not drop when you yank the wire on the dead one.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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Disconnect the ground battery cable using a wrench to hold the
terminal bolt in place as you loosen the retaining nut with another
wrench. Locate the accelerator cable next to the throttle assembly
towards the back and top of the engine and remove the shield. Pull
the retaining pins using a pair of slip joint pliers if necessary.
Remove any other accessories that might interfere with the removal
of the camshaft sensor like wiring harness, spark plug retainers or
engine cover, depending on your particular Ford Taurus model.
Move the fuel-injectors wiring harness off the valve cover studs as
well to gain access to the camshaft sensor if necessary.
Locate the camshaft sensor around the top of the engine. For more
information, see the Resources box at the bottom of this article.
Unplug the camshaft-sensor electrical connector by pressing on the
lock tab and pulling the plastic connector off the sensor.
Unfasten the two sensor mounting screws using a Phillips screwdriver
and remove the sensor from the engine compartment.
Position the new camshaft sensor in place and start the two mounting
screws by hand to avoid damaging the threads. Tighten the two
mounting screws using the Phillips screwdriver.
Plug the camshaft-sensor electrical connector.Realign the fuel
injectors' wiring harness over the valve cover studs. Install any
other accessories you had to remove to gain access to the camshaft
sensor like wiring harness, spark plug retainers or engine cover.
Replace the accelerator cable shield if you had to remove it. Use
the slip joint pliers if necessary. Connect the ground, battery
cable using one of the wrenches to hold the terminal bolt in place
and tighten the retaining nut with another wrench
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