Using parts from old engine to current one ????
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    Using parts from old engine to current one ????

    Quick question:

    My version 8 when I completed the swap. I noticed a CEL, P0365 camshaft position sensor B circuit (Bank 1). I have a replacement sensor, not new, but it came from my old engine, EJ205. i was wondering if I can use this on my EJ207 motor? or do I have to buy the sensor that is made for the EJ207?

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    I don't know, but the easiest way to find out is look up both parts online and see if they are the same part number (or look on the parts).

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    http://opposedforces.com is a great site for looking up and comparing the part numbers from specific vehicles. I don't know whether or not that will work off the top of my head. I think it will, but I can't guarantee it.
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