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well first you should get an error code...when the cam sensor whent in my truck it dident just die it worked then it wouldent, also the tach would die.. and with my chip on it would idle real rough. the cam sensor is up front under the injector pump. its a real pain in the arse to get at. there is only one wire plug and a small allen key holdind it in.. i found it easyer to do from under the truck and the allen bits that go on a 1/4 rachet came in handy it was about a 1/2 hour job...i got one from advance at it cost about 40 bucks or so and i dident remove any of the fuel system to do it
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Last edited by cummin 723; 02-15-2009 at 02:41 AM.
I got a code when mine went, cant remember the #. Tach would come and go and when the tach wasnt working, it was way down on power but still ran, just kinda sick. It can be changed without removing anything but its tight in there and is pretty much done by feel. I used a loooog extention and did it from the top of the truck. Get a mirror and get a good look at the project before you start. Good luck.
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