Q: Where is the camshaft position sensor locate on dodge charger 3.6l 2011

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Where is camshaft position sensor locate on this vechile 2011 dodge charger

The camshaft position sensor is near the thermostat and radiator hose. You will see a small black plug with wires going into it. If you need additional help with replacing this, please contact our service department to schedule a repair.

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