Matthew Murray: I had to access it from underneath to unbolt and take electric plug off. I had to access from top to try and pull sensor out. The damn sensor did NOT want to come out. And nothing fits in there to pry it out. I literally had to use my nails on my thumb to pry it out and the also a flat head and it finally popped out slowly. But it was a bitch. I replaced 3 sensors (camshaft sensor, crank shaft sensor and VVT solenoid). My vehicle runs smoother than ever. But thank u for the video, it helped somewhat but its harder than u make it sound.
clmco: Why did you replace both cam and crank sensor's? Was your Envoy throwing codes or stalling?
abo ahmed: me be like trailblazer but where is pull cranck position sensor on this video ?!!!!!
complete replacmente ?
joel sanchez: First
joel sanchez: Do you need to disconnect the battery?
Guddii: How do you replace the map sensor on 2002 GMC Envoy
pshabou: Oh yeah, another question....after replacing the crack shaft sensor, did you hvae to do a Re-Learn for the crank and cam to match???
pshabou: LIFE SAVOR!!! I had to to replace this today!..........i like the music was pandora station is that haha?
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