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Camshaft Sensor Change - Help

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Hello All,

After lots of hours and some days of googling i think i found the root cause of my car problem.

I have a Ford Focus 2006 mk2 1.6 tdci 109hp (80kw)

Resuming the symptom:
When i pass 2500rpm the car just stop accelerating the RPM goes to 0 and then car turns off.

I thought it might be the MAF so i turned it off and also i have it cleaned and test with out being on and some error.

So more 1 day googling and it looks like it might be the camshaft sensor...

First question:
Would this fit my car

Second question: Where is this sensor located? Anyone can give me some techincal manual for my car or some help?

Thank you very much in advance.


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you can google all day and find 100 answers to what youre fault is and most will be wrong you need to have the codes read first before you do anything it could be many things causing the issue and im not so sure its a cam sensor have the diagnostic codes checked first

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Hi welcome :)

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