I got a code that my camshaft sensor set off. I tried replacing it and when I pulled the old one out there was oil on it. I put the new one in and the engine light stayed on and truck still didn't start right. I pulled the new sensor out and there was oil on it also
should there be oil on the camshaft sensor when you take it out? on 2005 Dodge Ram 1500
by gregram05 in Richmond, VA on July 29, 2013
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ANSWER by globalhelper on July 29, 2013
yes there should be oil on the end of sensor, you may have a circuit issue
Thank you. Do you have any suggestions on how to go about fixing that. Somebody told me that it may be my crankshaft sensor. They said the 2 work together??
THEY DO BUT IT COULD BE NUMEROUS ISSUES LIKE PLUGGED OIL PASSAGES OR CIRCUIT ISSUES. SEEK PROPER DIAG AND EST
what is EST??
ESTIMATE FOR WORK THAT NEEDS TO BE DONE
Man I cant afford to have the work done that's why Im trying to get to help and direction on where to start and what to try