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Depending on the make, model and year of the vehicle, the camshaft position sensor is located in various places. It can be found in the distributor, on or behind the timing cover, directly on the engine block (GM 3.1/3.4... More »

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The crankshaft position sensor is an electrical component in vehicles that tells the system's onboard computer where the crankshaft is currently located. This information allows the system to adjust fuel flow to individu... More »

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Common problems with crankshaft position sensors include connector pins that are loose, cracks in the sensors and improper gaps between the reluctor wheel and the sensor tip. Faulty sensors can prevent a car from startin... More »

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Powertrain control modules can be located in a variety of places depending on the make, model and year of the car. PCMs are often buried under or behind components in the instrument control panel, consoles, heating and a... More »

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The O2 sensor is located in different places on a vehicle's exhaust system, depending on the make and model of the car, but the procedure required to replace them is essentially the same. To replace an O2 sensor socket, ... More »

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A engine's head casting number can be found in several different locations on the part depending on the make, model and year of a vehicle. The code can be composed of a series of numbers and/or letters, which help distin... More »

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The correct way to program a keyless entry remote depends upon the make, model and year of the vehicle. A number of online services provide do-it-yourself keyless entry remote programming instructions, such as Keyless Ri... More »

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