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Old 01-01-2010, 04:42 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by MeOughtta View Post
Unfortunately, I'm dense. You're using the stock sensor (from a NA?) and mounting the sensor over your aftermarket cam gears how?
He's using the stock sensor from an NB engine. BP-4W is the code for the engine used in the '99-'00 and MSM cars. (Though I believe that the cam sensor itself is the same in all NB engines- just located in a different spot.)
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Old 01-01-2010, 04:49 PM   #22
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Joe's correct. I mean to say that it works with the stock sensor in the stock location 99/00 and MSM which is in front of the valve cover.
It does complicate the matter that the VVT cars use the same sensor, however it was relocated to the top of the intake cam.
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Yes, of course. Since I have a 99, you think I would have understood that from the start.

Thanks for the explanation.

Was feeling dense. Now feeling stoopud.

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