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Old 27 May 2005, 05:20 pm
san luis
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Default 91 Prelude Cylinder Position Indicator Sensor question

I took my engine apart to replace all the stuff
that was destroyed on a timing belt break. I have
2 manuals Chittlins (chilton) and Haynes. Neither
addresses installation of "Cylinder Position
Indicator" which rotates with the exhaust cam
(B20A5 engine DOHC). I did a continuity check and
rotated the sensor. Every 360 there is a bump and
change in resistance.

Does it matter how it goes back in other than the
rotation tabs matched to the end of the camshaft?

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