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Have you had any work done on the back of the engine like bull gear, camshaft or upper timing gear cover replacement? If not just use your original shim or shims. I don’t think I’ve ever had to re-shim one even after the above mentioned repairs. Hopefully the new sensor fixes it. I’ve only see maybe 2 sensors go bad. Most we’re erratic signal codes and it was the engine harness bad. I believe these sensors produced AC voltage and the faster the engine spins the higher the voltage. The harness usually test good but at high RPM’s the faulty harness can’t handle the higher AC voltage and sets the code. 

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