Mechanics

RIVIERA CAMSHAFT SENSOR REPLACEMENT

1996 All Other Makes All Other Models

I haven't run a test to determine specifically if this is the problem with my 96 Riviera, but a mechanic I work with thinks it is the problem. My car will start fine in the mornings, but once it gets hot, it has trouble starting. If I run arrends, I have to wait for hours to let the engine cool. I'll be honest, I don't know a lot about cars. However, everything I've read suggests that the camshaft position sensor is dead and needs replaced. Is this difficult or is it something an amatuer can do? I appreciate your help. Thanks.
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Rowbigred26
December 16, 2006.



If you mean Cranckshaft position sensor,
it may be attached about the flywheel or flex plate
Do a test on it before replacing it, so you won't wast your money.

Tiny
Mathiaso
Dec 16, 2006.