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Old February 27th, 2015, 05:41 PM   #1
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Cam Position Sensor Electrical Connector

I'm in the process of replacing my water pump and need to unhook the Cam Position Sensor Electrical Connector.

How does this come apart? I don't want to break it trying to undo the wrong clip or flimsy plastic tab.

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Old February 27th, 2015, 07:22 PM   #2
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Does it have the red clip? If so, slide it to the side first then release the lever.
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No, it looks like a basic connector. It's a gray two piece. I would like to disconnect without gouging it all up if possible.
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2nd question Dave: How do you loosen up the water pump pulley bolts. The pulley will spin and there is not way I can get leverage on the bolts. I tried holding the pulley in place with my hand while using a wrench in the other, but it was a no go.

Manual says to loosen up the pulley bolts but don't take the pulley off.
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It is my understanding the cam sensor is sitting right above the harmonic balance and it just a little gray connection, not the big green one.

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Just looked at mine from the top. I believe everything I described in my first post, can be seen from underneath.

Crawl under the car and look up?
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Thanks Dave. I was looking at the wrong sensor. I got it off just like you described. Now for the water pump pulley.

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There was a post on the alley i used to replace my h2o pump. Maybe one of the Guys here can post it up.... Anyway i removed the pully by leaving the belt on and cracking the boots lose. Then take the belt off and procede as normal with a few beers! Dave has a write up on here to for Burping the system thats really helpful!

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