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Did you use a cam sensor from a parts store or one from the dealer?
Yes? was it from a parts store? Also, did the truck start and run right after you did the work?
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Ok, did the truck start right after you did the work?
The first thing I would do is try putting the old cam sensor back in and see if the truck starts. If you used a cam sensor from the parts store it might not be working properly. Also, double check the connection for the sensor since it can be difficult to get it plugged all the way in. The evap code won't keep the truck from starting, so we need to focus on the cam sensor you installed. Sometimes the old o ring will stay on the engine as well. That causes to large an air gap and the truck won't start. If you find that the truck starts with the old sensor installed, then you will need to replace it with one from the dealer. This is usually the type of issues I see with the aftermarket cam sensors.Just Answer does not compensate me for my time and resources, so please rate my answer by using the stars at the top of the page. Payment for your question includes any follow-up questions you may have. Free trials and subscription questions still require ratings. Thank you so much!
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