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Old 06-16-2014, 08:21 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Can't Remove Harness On Camshaft Position Sensor

Guys, i am having a hell of a time removing the harness that connects to the camshaft position harness. I read the sticky in the how to forum (How to Repair Error Code P0340 - Bank 1 Cam Positioner Sensor) but i still cant get it to budge. After i push the green slider in towards the sensor, i hear it "click". Once i t clicks, i continue to keep pressure so the green slider doesn't back out. But when i go to pull the sensor out, it wont come out. Am i doing something wrong?
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Default Re: Cant remove harness on camshaft position sensor

have you tried using a small flat end screw driver on the inner tab?
I usually use that for all my green harness clips.
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