Originally Posted by 75 racer
In truth the only thing the cam sensor does is give the ECM a reference for compression TDC to the ECM so it knows when to fire the injectors. With out the cam sensor it will have a extended crank and the injectors will fire from bank to bank and not in sequence. So I would say if you just want it to run and not invest a ton of time and money don't worry about the cam sensor. If it'* still stalling on you you have other issues to address. I would fix the O2 problem if I were you.
Roger that. The stalling has completely vanished
so aside from some clanky shifting (can feel the trans engage when i press it) im a happy sailor. How do i find and replace the O2 sensor? and for the cam sensor its under the timing chain or near it right? So i would pull Hbalancer then timing cover behind it?? i saw a write up but can remeber exactly.