Originally Posted by padgett
Can't speak to price but expect it is well under an hour job with the right tools and a 25530325 sensor shouldn't set you back more than thutty bucks. Now if it were the *cam* magnet...
Padgett is trying to point you to go here www.6007.us
for a step by step description on what you need to do to replace the cam magnet and sensor. Pictures too(woo-hoo).
Go to Automotive Technical Notes
and then Simple Cam Magnet replacement on a 3800
Even I did this job last year. One of the most satisfying jobs I did to see the Check Engine
light to go out!!!