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P0340 - where is the sensor located on a 2000 ford F-150 4.2L engine?

asked May 3, 2011 by anonymous

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The cam sensor is located at the front center of the engine block. This is actually a cam syncronizer and requires adjustments once installed.

This works like a distributor only it's on a distributorless ignition. So it has to be put into time just like a distributor. This is typically done with a scan tool

answered Mar 10, 2012 by Carguy1 (5,645 points)

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