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PostSubject: Cam sensor    Cam sensor  EmptySat Mar 14, 2020 8:15 pm

Going to replace my cam sensor and crank sensor can cam sensor be done without removing engine mount thx
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PostSubject: Re: Cam sensor    Cam sensor  EmptySat Mar 14, 2020 9:47 pm

71stagegs wrote:
Going to replace my cam sensor and crank sensor can cam sensor be done without removing engine mount thx

yes, check a service manual, I've done it, be careful not to drop the fastener.
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PostSubject: Re: Cam sensor    Cam sensor  EmptySun Mar 15, 2020 7:45 pm

71stagegs wrote:
Going to replace my cam sensor and crank sensor can cam sensor be done without removing engine mount thx

My memory isn't fresh on this, but I believe you have to do a bit of recalibrating after changing the crankshaft sensor. This requires a Tech 2 scanner or HP Tuners/DHP Powertuner.
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PostSubject: Re: Cam sensor    Cam sensor  EmptySun Mar 15, 2020 8:53 pm

Jack the R wrote:
71stagegs wrote:
Going to replace my cam sensor and crank sensor can cam sensor be done without removing engine mount thx

My memory isn't fresh on this, but I believe you have to do a bit of recalibrating after changing the crankshaft sensor.  This requires a Tech 2 scanner or HP Tuners/DHP Powertuner.  

The re-calibration is "CKP LEARN" procedure; you warm the car up, turn it off, connect the tech II and enable CKP LEARN, start car, make sure car is in Park then rev the engine to 5150 RPM and immediately take your foot off the gas. The tool will tell you if the learn ran.

For the cam sensor, just disconnect the negative battery cable before you remove/replace the sensor. Cam sensor just bolts onto the engine under the water pump pulley. I replaced mine once for general maintenance and do not plan to replace it again.

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