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After changing the crankshaft and cam sensors, Is it necessary to time engine before it will start?

cheriwalker51cheriwalker51 Posts: 2
edited August 2014 in Mercury

After changing the crankshaft and cam sensors, Is it necessary to time engine before it
will start? Can I get the step by step on how to time the v6 2.5 with no start?

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  • rusty_cagerusty_cage C Town TexasPosts: 28
    you do need to time it for it t run properly. you can use the old trick of taking 1 plug out and tie it manuel when number 1 piston is up
  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,482
    No, they are "plug and play". It is possible, on some cars, to put the camshaft sensor in wrong--180 degrees out---so you might check that. What's your problem. Did you scan and get a trouble code? What were the codes?
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