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CAS = Cam Angle Sensor

A section to help identify the most common parts that can fail and need replacing, for servicing etc, also the parts that are compatible through the Marks
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CAS = Cam Angle Sensor

Postby Mazda Mender » Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:12 am

Mk 1 NA 1.8cc CAS-Cam Angle Sensor..............................1993 > 1997

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Mk 1 NA 1.6cc CAS-Cam Angle Sensor .......1989 > 1997 (JDM 1.6 finished in 1993, UK spec finished in 1997)

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Both CAS together.....

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MK2/2.5 NB 1.8cc and 1.6 cc..................................................1998 > 2005

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