Q: location of bank 2 camshaft position sensor B on 2012 toyota tundra 4.6L

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location of bank 2 camshaft position sensor B on 2012 toyota tundra 4.6L

The camshaft position sensors on most engines are located directly below the valve cover within the cylinder head. This applies to both Bank 1 and bank 2.

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