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Im confused my 95 eclipse gst has a Cam sensor in the back of the intake Cam. my buddy told me that only jdm motors have the CAS in back of the intake cam. and that DSM motors have them on the left hand side of the motor. someone help i need to know what kind of motor i have.


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As far as I know all 2ga cars have it in the back of the intake cam. I could be wrong though..

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Ok so I looked to see where the sensors are and i have a crank sensor at the bottom. and found a cas on the driver side under the intake cam pully. should the cas be on the passangers side like the 1gs. my car is a 95 2g with a 7 bolt engine

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Both the '95 and '96 engines have the CAS behind the intake cam gear. This is normal.


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Behind like 1g or like behind the cam pully(camshaft interrupter magnet)

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Behind the gear itself (where the timing belt rides).


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ohhhh ok so. if i put a 1g cas would it make a differ

one more question im still a noob bro. do 95 eclipse gst have a 7 bolt or 6 bolt

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It would allow you to adjust timing. But it would also cause a random misfire code, which can be quite annoying if not dealt with properly (certain programs can fix this as well as adding in a potentiometer). You can do some searching to find out more about this.


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95 gst has a 7 bolt to answer that question of yours


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programs like dsmlink?

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Yep, that program would allow you to not see that misfire code.


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