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Beck Arnley Camshaft Position Sensor
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Beck Arnley 180-0499
Camshaft Position Sensor
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Sale Price: $55.23
(>35) In Stock
Part Number: 18431-05115336
Notes: Engine Camshaft Position Sensor
Condition: New

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This Product Fits the Following: Warehouse: B
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• 2005 Toyota Avalon 3.5L V6 2GRFE 

Standard Motor Products Camshaft Position Sensor
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Sale Price: $77.63
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Part Number: 18431-07082440
Notes: Engine Camshaft Position Sensor -- Genuine Intermotor Quality
Condition: New

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• 2005 Toyota Avalon

Denso Camshaft Position Sensor
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Sale Price: $80.23
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Part Number: 18431-05342203
Notes: Engine Camshaft Position Sensor -- DENSO is the OE supplier for this vehicle
Condition: New

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• 2005 Toyota Avalon 3.5L V6 

Genuine Camshaft Position Sensor
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Genuine W0133-1777671
Camshaft Position Sensor
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Sale Price: $107.33
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Part Number: W0133-1777671
Notes: Production: 01/2005-
Condition: New

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• 2005 Toyota Avalon Fr:01-00-05 

5 stars - (2 Reviews)
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Camshaft Position Sensor Reviews - 2005 Toyota Avalon
Beck Arnley | 180-0499
 


My Toyota's two warning dashboard. The test showed I need lights were glaring an ugly, bright-shade of orange at me. The test said I needed to replace my #1 coil. My son,exchanged it; but the ugly orange light didn't go away. So, my son decided to replaced the remaining six coils. He also decided to replace the engine's six plugs. Still the ugly light wouldn't go out. We went for another test; and it said we needed a camshaft-position sensor. Walla! Finally, those ugly orange lights went out. Of course, I had to drive my car for ten miles before the lights went off. I don't understand why you have to drive several miles before you car knows the doctor fix it. Because, you see; I'm not a mechanic. Luckily, my son, Clark, didn't give up; and my Toyota is humming down the highway again. I had tears in my eyes when those two orange finally disappeared from my life!!


June 15th, 2015 | Posted by I didn't think the two ugly orange warning lights would ever go out. But, finally this Beck ARnley Camshaft Position Sensor made those lights go out!.



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