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Question on Cam position sensors.

Originally Posted by snakes1021 View Post
haven't seen one of these but seen a few questions on this. so ill try to explain it this is my 1st DIY thread so bear with me.
they could have make the sensors the same and saved money but they didn't the only difference is the angle of the plug. and you could swap them is the grooves on the connectors weren't reversed

TOOLS: 10mm socket, 10mm box end wrench, flat head screw driver.

1. disconnect batt.
2. get to work remove intake and (engine cover 2 bolts and 2 nuts)
3. remove upper plenum
4. remove lower plenum
5. move wire bundle to access bank 1 sensor
6. remove 1 10 mm bolt and pull the sensor out
7. replace with new sensor
8. remove breather hose from valve cover (forgot to circle that one but youll see it. if you dont get some glasses)
9. remove 1 10 mm bolt and pull out bank 2 sensor
10 . replace sentor
11. re-assemly, johnny 5
12. reconnect batt.
13. turn her on.

PIC 1: Upper plenum (remove bolts(alot), nuts and 3 or 4 hoses,i think there is one one the bottom of the TB, circled)
PIC 2: lower plenum (remove 6 bolts in center, 2 nuts and 1 hose, circled)
PIC 3: sensor positions (left side = passenger)
PIC 4: sensor before removal(1 10mm bolt holds that sucker in and an "O" ring gotta wiggle it to get it out)
PIC 5: sensor after removal
I got my sensors mixed up. Could someone show me a pic with the sensors in so I know which side the one with the elbow goes?
 
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Bank one is straight. Bank 2 is bent.
 

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Replaced both camshaft position sensors but still show codes

My service engine light went off after replacing camshaft position sensors but slip and other lights still on...is there a way to reset them or is there still a problem i haven't figured out yet? Help please!!
 
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Originally Posted by arianeb24 View Post
My service engine light went off after replacing camshaft position sensors but slip and other lights still on...is there a way to reset them or is there still a problem i haven't figured out yet? Help please!!
Have you tried resetting the Service engine lights? Usually when you reset all of them after you do the replacement of the sensor they will all go away. That procedure is all over this site. Just search for it.
 
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Have you tried resetting the Service engine lights? Usually when you reset all of them after you do the replacement of the sensor they will all go away. That procedure is all over this site. Just search for it.
Thank you for your response. Yes i reset the ECU but lights are still on its driving me crazy.
 
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P0011 and P0021 fault codes mean we need to replace?
 
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Newbee here. Can you help me identify which sensor is this?

It seems to me that this sensor (looks like a sensor) is broken. I am not sure which is this part. Can you help me identify what this is? What you see is on the passenger side of the car. Close to the radiator. You can see the radiator hose going very close to this part. It is a green colored switch. Not sure what is is connected to? It seems to me that is broken and must be replaced. but I am not sure,what it is.

Thank you for all your help.
 
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Old 11-07-2018, 03:38 PM
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Originally Posted by liferiders
It seems to me that this sensor (looks like a sensor) is broken. I am not sure which is this part. Can you help me identify what this is? What you see is on the passenger side of the car. Close to the radiator. You can see the radiator hose going very close to this part. It is a green colored switch. Not sure what is is connected to? It seems to me that is broken and must be replaced. but I am not sure,what it is.

Thank you for all your help.
Not seeing a photo?
 
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