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Old 04-03-2003, 06:56 PM   #1
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where is the cam shaft position sensor located? asap thank u
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It was behind the backside of the crank......thankx for replying (btw, its a 92 bonneville, ive written in here before saying how my car breaks down alot) but yah, he found it .....code 58 came up , which was anti theft which is controlled by my key...so he'* thinking it might be my key.
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Thanx for replying....he said the code came up 58 meaning anti theft ....is there a way to bypass that? disconnect that? (btw, my car is a 92 bonnevile ..Ive had problems with it stalling which i posted a few months ago)
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