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Old 12-05-2010, 12:09 AM   #1
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CamShaft sensor replacement - P011

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I got the P0111 or w/e code that states cam shaft sensor is out. I think i have found out, but can you guys confirm where its located ? Also, How hard is it to replace ? Im getting one tomorrow, and putting it in...well gonna try to.

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Remove the air cleaner housing and you will see it. One bolt and the wiring harness unclips pretty easily.
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Thanks for the help ! i got it, but man, it was TOUGH to get that bolt out...very bad location, and then pulling the sensor out is kinda hard too....

lets see how this works out...thanks !
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99gle, you have not done the free STS mod??
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Thanks for the help ! i got it, but man, it was TOUGH to get that bolt out...very bad location, and then pulling the sensor out is kinda hard too....

lets see how this works out...thanks !
I know the feeling. It took me 45min just to remove the harness from the sensor.
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