How to Change a Camshaft Sensor on a 2006 Sebring?

Answer The Sebring debuted in 1995 as Chrysler’s top-level coupe and later became more of an all-around model, coming in a coupe, convertible or sedan body style. The 2006 model year Sebring was one of ... Read More »

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How to Change a Camshaft Sensor?

A camshaft sensor measures the speed of a camshaft and gives that information to the engine to regulate fuel. If the camshaft sensor begins to go bad, the vehicle will start to misfire and may even... Read More »

How to Change a Camshaft Sensor on a 1998 S-10 4.3L?

Electronically monitored and controlled vehicles -- like the 1998 Chevrolet S-10 -- have a series of sensors that monitor different components and relay the information to the vehicle's computer. O... Read More »

How to Change a Camshaft Position Sensor?

A camshaft sensor is an 8-volt hall-effect switch used to signal the computer the position of the number-1 intake valve and the speed of the camshaft. The computer uses this information to regulate... Read More »

How to Change the Camshaft Position Sensor on a Neon?

The camshaft position sensor (CPS) sends an electrical pulse to your car's computer or engine control module (ECM) to notify it of the speed of movement of the camshaft so the computer can make any... Read More »