Q: Where is the camshaft on a 2003 Toyota Celica located

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Where is the camshaft sensor located on a 2003 Toyota Celica

My car has 232000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.

Hi there. It’s very hard to articulate the location of the camshaft position sensor for this engine without illustrations which is something we can’t post here, however, it’s located on the right hand side of the engine (driver side) near the rear. You might want to watch this video (on a similar engine just different vehicle) to locate on your Celica.

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