I found the labor guide pdf and it says that the camshaft position sensor replacement should take 0.5 hrs and the crankshaft position sensor should take 0.6 hours. The sum is 1.1 hours. I was charged for 3.8 hours ($120/hr) by the dealer.

How long should it take to replace a crankshaft sensor?

How Long Does It Take To Replace A Crankshaft Sensor? With the labor involved in replacing a crankshaft sensor, you can count on between an hour and a half, and two hours.

Is it hard to replace a crankshaft sensor?

How long does it take to replace camshaft position sensor?

Can You Replace a Camshaft Position Sensor Yourself? Yes. This is one of those jobs that almost anyone can do and is an easy way to save yourself the minimum labor fee (often close to $100) that a repair shop or dealership will charge you. It should take about 5-10 minutes to replace it.

Related Question How long does it take to replace a crankshaft sensor?

Will a cam sensor make a car not start?

The Engine Will Not Start

As a camshaft position sensor weakens, so does the data it transmits to the ECM. Eventually the data signal becomes so weak the ECM switches off fuel and spark delivery, and your engine will not start.

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