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Old 04-08-2017, 11:53 PM   #11
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The question was actually about all of the 2006 sensors. crankshaft position, cam position, knock etc.

yes but only sensor I had to change was crankshaft 06 doesn't have a cam position
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i will ill take pics of it next chance I get but the 06 had no sensors on the cams 07 does
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Just possibly that those vendors are incorrect in their listings, you know like LCA's fit all models or the infamous fits SS model 2005 thru 2012. Yeah! Right.
I always triple check before ordering any parts!
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The "book" goes into detail about how the CMP is used by the ECM, but it does not show the existence of them? I can't find them on the 2.2L either 2006 or 2007. If your 2007 has them it is a 2.4L with VVT.

I have never worked on a 2006 or a 2007, just book knowledge.

Have you checked the fuses and relays?

Here are the relative ignition schematics.

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The "book" goes into detail about how the CMP is used by the ECM, but it does not show the existence of them? I can't find them on the 2.2L either 2006 or 2007. If your 2007 has them it is a 2.4L with VVT.

I have never worked on a 2006 or a 2007, just book knowledge.

Have you checked the fuses and relays?

Here are the relative ignition schematics.

2006:
Attachment 21346


2007:
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I have tested all fuses and relays I went as far as putting the 07 harness and fuses box in did nothing at all only reason I tried this is for my mother she drove off the road and busted the oil pan and sucked dirt into the old motor and eBay and all other places wanted 1500 for a motor with less then 100k on it this motor has only 45lbon it I pulled it I heard it run and everything new it was to go to be true
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Every junk yard I've heard gets about $850. And they can tell you if it will work!

Every other time someone has said "engine won't start after swap" It has been a forehead slap and forgot to do something involving the fuse box or a ground wire. One even reversed the red wires on the box.
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Every junk yard I've heard gets about $850. And they can tell you if it will work!

Every other time someone has said "engine won't start after swap" It has been a forehead slap and forgot to do something involving the fuse box or a ground wire. One even reversed the red wires on the box.

and their is no no hhr in junk yards near me
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and their is no no hhr in junk yards near me
A used engine doesn't have to come out of a HHR. Cobalts and some others used the same Ecotec 2.2 engine.
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This explains the changes from 2006 to 2007.


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