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I already explained how to test the crank sensor in your other thread. Remember I suggested connecting your voltmeter to the F/P CHK terminal on the engine bay fusebox. There should be no voltage on the check terminal until you start to crank the engine, then once the engine is turning over you should get approx 10V on the check terminal.

And the link below explains how to test the cam sensor using a voltmeter :

Cam Sensor Testing
 

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Hi guys, just bought a cam sensor for my 1.6 gl, and I am only getting spark on the 1 and 4 cylinders, could it be that I also need a crankshaft position sensor?
 

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Thanks guys, I finally managed to get the sparks but there is still no start, engine only cranks, there's no check engine light on.
 
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