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  • 01-29-2011, 11:03 PM

    Re: its the many hrs does it take to repla

    there are two cam sensors. You should always replace in pairs. And there are no adjustments.
  • 11-08-2010, 05:00 PM

    Re: its the many hrs does it take to repla

    I just went though this on a 2002 with 95000 miles. out of waranty
    the dealer covered the part and charged about 8 hours of labor plus an oil service and some gaskets.

    your quote sounds right on
  • 05-27-2010, 08:21 PM

    its the many hrs does it take to repla

    replace? Dealer is charging me $800 in labor but their covering the cost of the part.
  • 05-25-2010, 06:40 PM

    Stab in the dark, because I don't know for sure.

    Did you reset the computer?

    When installing this sensor, is there an adjustment? I would assume that there must be some sort of adjustment with it, some why to set it to zero. Maybe you just need to rotate it slightly? I also had to have mine changed, but luckily I was under warranty, unluckily now because I don't have the specific knowledge to help.
  • 05-22-2010, 05:07 PM

    Intake Camshaft sensor HELP

    So I got a check engine warning light. read the codes and it came out as P0012 camshaft position sensor actuator a bank timing retard. Changed the part and engine light is still on and the car runs rough on idling and weak power. Any ideas??? THANKS

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