The camshaft position sensor works in conjunction with a crankshaft position sensor to monitor the interaction between other engine components such as pistons and valves, which are all related to the timing of the engine. Camshaft sensors are made up of magnets and inductive coils, or they may be magnetically triggered semiconductor devices. They are most commonly located at the front of the engine, by the camshaft or by the timing cover area.
|Chassis # or VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), Engine # & Production Date.|
Occasionally a part will require a VIN, engine number or production date. A chassis number or a VIN are the same thing, and are usually found on a sticker/decal on the left/drivers door post - Usually the last six or seven digits are required (A672152) and the item will either fit to or from that number. The engine number is usually stamped onto the engine block, always in a different spot. Having trouble finding your (Mercedes) engine number, please email us or call us with your VIN and we will be happy to look it up. The production date of a vehicle is also found on the drivers door post - some parts fit up to a month/year (-06/1996) and others, from a month and year (07/1996-).
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