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Where is the camshaft position sensor on a 2004 2.0 mitsubishi lancer es?

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It has to be either behind the harmonic balancer or near it in close proximity.

Posted on Dec 13, 2014

  • tray kucera Dec 14, 2014

    It's actually on the rear right side of the engine under a wire.

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No.: TSB-07-11-001
DATE: January, 2007
MODEL: 2002-07 Lancer 2.0L
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HARD TO START ENGINE DTC P0340 (and P0335)

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The engine may be hard or impossible to start and MFI DTC P0335 and possibly P0340 may be stored due to abnormal wear to the camshaft position sensor support. Oil grooves have been added to the camshaft position sensor support to improve lubrication

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