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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-08-2019, 08:36 AM Thread Starter
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cam shaft position sensor

Have a 2006 convertible , engine light came on , did diagnostic showed needs new cam shaft position sensor, where is it located on engine
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On top, toward the front under the plastic cover and the insulation material you will find two connectors. One for each cam. They are inexpensive. Replace them both at the same time.

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Yeah. Two cylindrical devices about the size of an egg. They are color coded for left & right (intake & exhaust). Don't mix them up!

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those up front arnt the sensors, the sensors are in the rear of the head, the 2 cylindreckle ones are cam position actuators solenoids witch can be the issue making the sensor read the the position and it's in the rong position so it throws a code. the actuators like the sensor are cheep, but they many not be bad and need cleaning and oil change with a good filter and the proper oil type and weight. mine threw the sensor code, but it was the oil, oil filter, and possiably the actuators. I cleaned them reinstalled them then did the oil change as the dealer I bought the car from put the rong oil in it and the filter they used was ****e. the filter was crushed.witch exzactly caused the error I dont have a clue as I did it all at the same tyme. there was crap in the actuators, the oil was rong, the filter was crushed...you may also have a situation like this. so just slapping on new sensors may not fix it.they may be fine.
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