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Trying to replace a video camer shaft position sensor on mine 2001 evade durango. Can"t find where it"s at. Every ar I see on Google states inside the distributor, yet this engine doesn"t have actually one. Any assist would it is in great!Thanks!
If you do not have actually a distributor, you have the 4.7 engine. (The 5.9 does have actually one.)On the 4.7 engine, The Camshaft position sensor is top top the underside of the appropriate side head, near the prior of the engine.Look under the right front wheel arch to check out the wire harness. Friend might be able to reach down beside the oil filler neck, ns forget.Kevin
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If you do not have actually a distributor, you have actually the 4.7 engine. (The 5.9 does have one.)On the 4.7 engine, The Camshaft place sensor is top top the underside that the appropriate side head, near the former of the engine.Look under the appropriate front wheel arch to view the wire harness. Friend might be able to reach down next to the oil filler neck, ns forget.Kevin
You deserve to (unless you"ve got vast arms and also wrists). I discovered it less complicated to remove the sensor bolt indigenous above, but remove and also replace the sensor itself from the ground, laying on mine back.YMMV.

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