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Where is the cam shaft sensor located on a 1998 Mercury Mountaineer 5.0l

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Diagrams is not the best on my system. It says towards the rear of the engine but the connector picture shows it close to the front of the car, mid way in the engine. Shows to have a black/white wire and one that shows to be shielded. It has one bolt holding it in place. Hope that helps.

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