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Old 05-01-2012, 08:10 PM
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Arrow Cam Shaft Positioning sensors 5.4L

Trying to figure out how many camshaft positioning sensors are on my 2009 ford expedition. I know there is at least one but it has a 5.4L v8 and i am sure its a SOHC which would mean there are 2 cams. So does that also mean there are two sensors? I am looking at the engine and I can see a sensor on the front of the head....I am pretty sure that is it but before I go unscrewing things i shouldn't I figured I would ask. Thanks in advance for all your replies and help
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Thank you that helps a ton. And it proves I'm not nuts
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Thank you. 2007 f250 I assume is the same. Since it also has the 5.7 v8
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