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Camshaft Sensors

Typically located in the engine’s cylinder head, camshaft sensors determine which cylinder is firing in order to establish injector synchronization and coil firing sequence in DIS systems. The sensors can fail due to extreme temperature, contamination, and wear and tear.

To protect against failure, Standard and Intermotor manufacture camshaft sensors using premium components such as a fluorocarbon rubber oil seal that ensures a secure fit and advanced circuitry that protects against electromagnetic interference such as stray electro-magnetic fields, power spikes, and static electricity

Plus, to ensure durability and longevity, Standard and Intermotor subject each camshaft sensor to extensive end-of-line testing, including a 48- to 64-hour-long vibration test across three different planes.

How to Install a Camshaft Sensor on a 2002 Trailblazer