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Old 08-02-2008, 18:48   #1 (permalink)
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mad Cam Position Sensor HELP emergency!!!

'95 Ford Mustange 3.8 I pulled the motor and stripped it to the block. Unknowingly I broke disassembly procedure and removed the timing chain cover while the rotating assembly was not at TDC and the cam position sensor was still in the cover. I built a new rotating assembly on the block and went to reinstall the timing chain cover and realized that the intermediate shaft had been spun several times during the new oil pump installation. I believe this MAY have thrown the cam position sensor out of syncro. If so, how can I restore the cam position sensor to a starting position so I can mate up with the rotating assembly at 20 degrees past TDC.

Does anyone know how to do this?????? Or if the cam position sensor was even affected. HELP!

I would appreciate a quick response so I can finish this rebuild, and you know how that is!
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