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This is a discussion on Cam Sensor within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Does the intake manifold need to be removed to replace the cam sensor?...

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    Does the intake manifold need to be removed to replace the cam sensor?

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    if you got really small hands and a way to turn the 10mm socket, no. that and being able to reach it. as the cam sensor is at the bottom level of the intake.

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    fuck it, I'm going to pull the intake. My midget friend told me that I only cared about him since he could get into places I couldn't on this 4th gen Fbody. And there was something about his dwarf wife that turned me on too. They moved to California, so I am going to pull the intake. I am looking for an Asian that hates Hondas.

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