Chrysler sells what we call a "dot". It's a paper circle, the diameter of the cam sensor, with adhesive on one side. Turn the engine by hand until you find a high spot on the cam gear, stick the dot on the end of the cam sensor and slide it into the cover. Bottom out the sensor against the cam gear and tighten. When you crank the engine it knocks the dot off, the distance is set and the car fires up. The only bitch is that the paper dot stays in the engine. VIPERED you might do a good visual on the wiring. I've seen cam sensor faults due to chaffed wires from rubbing on pulleys.
Last edited by SR 27; March 2nd, 2010 at 12:24 AM.