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I would like the answer to that as well. Mine runs like a clock with it unplugged. Long ago some believed that unplugging the sensor which kicks the system into batch mode would provide additional fuel so they put a switch in the wire to cut it off rather than having to unplug it. Once in awhile, someone posts that their car runs badly when unplugged but I have not seen an explanation.

More than once, I have seen cars run better when unplugged and replacing it cured the problems experienced when plugged.
 

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Kendall, quit picking on us and answer this one! :)
 

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Beats me.. dunno I guess I'm only good for negative responses today. :D

First, at the risk of one of us looking stupid, are you sure you're unplugging the cam sensor? Describe what you're unplugging. :) If it is indeed the cam sensor, I'll hazard a guess and say it's the chip or the ECM (anybody know where the back-up batch fueling is in the code?)

If it runs fine otherwise, I would ignore it and be happy. yup
 
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