2004 Volkswagen Jetta 4 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 55,000 miles
diagnostic code comes up as camshaft positioning sensor and another for oxygen sensor.
I ordered a camshaft positioning sensor and there aren't any mechanics that can find where this particular part goes.
doing research I found that in 2004 there were three different engines made for the same car. I think I may have engine BBW(2.0engine). I still don't know where this part goes.
Then I ordered a hall sensor/camshaft sensor and still have no clue where this piece goes. Before I ordered this part I went to the VW dealship parts department to order the correct part. The tech there said that my car does not have a camshaft positioning sensor.(This is weird because the diagnostic showed a problem with it) Then all of a sudden he said there is although it is called a hall sensor.
so now I have two types of camshaft/hall sensors and have no clue where or how to replace it. Would anyone be able to tell me where it is located by using pictures and how to replace them?
have the same problem?
Friday, January 22nd, 2010 AT 7:41 PM