09-11-2017, 11:49 AM
Join Date: Jan 2011
Im going to say no, its normally not messed with doing a top end. The cam sensor is located on the fro t cover passenger side in a recess. It is held with a 10mm bolt. I usually remove the bolt and wiggle the plug until the sensor comes out. Then disconnect the electrical plug. Of course care must be taken not to break the plug by pulling on it. Look at the face of it and see if there is any physical damage. The cam sensor controls the sequential injector firing and identifies knock cylinder location. If it has physical damage then it hit it's tone ring which is the top gear of the timing chain which was removed when the cam was replaced.
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