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Q: Where is the camshaft sensor position A in a 2008 Honda Odyssey 3.5L V6 engine?

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I would like to know where the camshaft sensor position A is located in my vehicle?

My car has 104443 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Facing the motor in the van you will find the sensor in the front of the rear of the cylinder head. That would be passenger side of the rear head. Mounted in the end of the head.

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