Honda TDC Sensor?

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A Honda TDC sensor is a cam position sensor. Sometimes this sensor can go bad, when it does it needs to be replaced. This is a project that you can do yourself as long as you have the part and some tools. You will need a ratchet with a 3/8' drive, a flat head screw driver, and a 10 mm socket. The valve cover will have to be removed to access the TDC sensor. The TDC sensor is located under the timing belt cover, which is under the right side of the valve cover in many Hondas.
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