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What is the difference between a crankshaft sensor and camshaft sensor?

1996 Toyota Corolla 1.6. ODBII ran at Pep Boys. Stated on paper Camshaft sensor and sold me a crankshaft position sensor. My check engine light is still on after crankshaft sensor was replaced. Anyone with any ideas? I only got the P0340 code.

Vehicle: 1996 Toyota Corolla 1.6 ltr
asked Apr 10, 2012 by anonymous

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The cam sensor is part of the distributor on this car. If you have a cam sensor code, the distributor must be replaced. It is not servicable.
answered Apr 11, 2012 by Carguy1 (6,667 points)
I think you should have went in yourself instead of the tattood bald guy lol
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