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Camshaft Position Sensor


 
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 24, 2019 13:33    Post subject: Camshaft Position Sensor Reply with quote

Good day All,
I am struggling to find a new Camshaft position sensor for the Evo the OEM part no. MD343999 has been discontinued , I've contacted Mitsubishi Customer Relation in Japan ,the reply I've got is basically tough luck the vehicle is too old dump it.
Would like to find out if someone out there has any idea where I can get one or a suitable compatible
The critical factor is that the fixing holes on the sensor should be 42mm apart center to center also the socket on other end of cable is a grey colour.
Any assistance highly appreciated.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2021 17:51    Post subject: Cheap as chips fix Reply with quote

This what I done, two years late to post but anyways  Twisted Evil Go do a search for MD329924 which is the correct sensor and then cut the wires of your old one, solder the leads on  as this sensor is too short and use heat shrink tubing >>>>> job done !!!
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