Question about 2005 Dodge Stratus
How hars is it to change the camshaft position sensor?
Its fairly easy to do, take 30 minutes the most, so definitely, you can do it yourself. just gettin to it, is the pain, but you can definitely do it yourself
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
REMOVE OR DISCONNECT
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
SOURCE: the camshaft position sensor
It sounds like that either the dowels were misalined or the target bolt in the center of magnet was over torqued. Make sure when installing magnet that the dowel pins are aligned with the hole on the back of the cam.(make sure that there is nothing in the holes on the cam).Install the center bolt and torque to 30 in-lbs. Then make sure the new o-ring is installed on cam sensor. Install sensor and torque mounting bolts to 80 in-lbs. If you follow this very closely,you should not have anymore problems. Hope this will help you.
Posted on May 26, 2010
The camshaft sensor wouldn't explain the clattering noise. But a timing chain would explain both. Clattering from a loose chain and the camshaft sensor code from when the chain broke and the camshafts stopped turning.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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