Mechanics

QUESTION CAM SENSOR

2003 Isuzu Rodeo

Engine Performance problem
2003 Isuzu Rodeo Question 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 102000 miles

Can you tell me how difficult it will be to change this? And a diagram if possible.
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Jbavet1
August 21, 2010.



REMOVAL PROCEDURE

Disconnect the negative battery cable.
Remove spark plug cover on top of valve cover by removing four retaining bolts.


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Disconnect electrical connector from the sensor.
Remove drive belt. Refer to Engine Mechanical Section.
Remove top harness cover installed on timing belt cover by removing a retaining screw.
Remove the retaining bolts holding crankshaft pulley, and pull crankshaft pulley while wiggling. Refer to Engine Mechanical Section.


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Remove the retaining screws for timing belt cover.


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Remove the retaining bolt for the sensor and pull up camshaft position sensor.

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

Insert camshaft position sensor in position.


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Install retaining bolt.
Install the timing belt cover and the retaining screws.
Install the crank shaft pulley and the mounting bolts. Holes for mounting bolts are off the pitch. The pulley can be mounted only one way to install all mounting bolts. Tighten the bolts. Refer to Engine Mechanical section.


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Install the drive belt. Refer to Engine Mechanical Section.
Install the top harness cover onto timing belt cover.
Connect electrical connector to the sensor and securely lock it.
Install the spark plug cover.


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Connect the negative battery cable.

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Rasmataz
Aug 21, 2010.