Ford Ranger Problem Report

Ford Ranger Noise From Synchronizer Shaft Upper Bushing

(28 reports)

The synchronizer shaft for the camshaft position sensor can cause a loud squeak or chirping noise due to failure of the upper bushing. The noise may be erratic and is usually present when the engine is warm.

Synchronizer Shaft for camshaft position sensor upper bushing goes bad and makes squealing sound like a loose belt (replace) -
had the same problem friend works at ford, found, and fixed the issue quickly...part is expensive trough ford...aftermarket part is 1/4 of the price. -
chirps when the engine is warm. -
Had the intermittent squeaks. Mechanic diagnosed it immediately. Replaced synchronizer and sensor. No more squeak, but 'Check Engine Light' is not always ON -
something in the engin "churps" when the engin is warm -
chirping sound at random times with the engine running. -
troubleshooting a loud constatnt annoyng sqieal like a belt but suspecting compressor for a/c...thinking it might be the cam shaft postion senor shaft bushing failure -
Severe squeaking both front tires area. -
Loud chirping/squeak when engine is warm, erratic. CPS or synchronizer. -
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