Replacing RAM Camshaft Sensor

April 12, 2023
This bulletin applies to 2014 Ram 1500 trucks and Promaster vehicles equipped with a 3.6L or 3.2L engine, and built on or after Feb. 3, 2014 and on or before July 18, 2014. An intermittent extended crank and long crank time issue may be experienced.

This bulletin applies to 2014 Ram 1500 trucks and Promaster vehicles equipped with a 3.6L or 3.2L engine, and built on or after Feb. 3, 2014 and on or before July 18, 2014. An intermittent extended crank and long crank time issue may be experienced. Inspect the Bank 1 camshaft position sensor serial number and replace if necessary.

Remove the engine cover and locate the Bank 1 camshaft position sensor located in the top rear of the valve cover. Inspect and record the camshaft position sensor serial number (stamped on top of the sensor). If the serial number begins with the letter “D”, replace the sensor with P/N 05149141AF.

Using wiTECH, perform the cam/crank variation relearn procedure and follow the on screen instructions.

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