OBD2 Sensors >> Chrysler 2.4L VVT GEMA/World Engine Sensor Locations

View with engine cover removed.  2013 Dodge Avenger 2.4L VVT
  1. Fuel injectors
  2. Camshaft position sensors (CMP) (located at the back of each cylinder head)
  3. Oil pressure sensor (lower left side of the engine behind intake manifold)
  4. Knock sensor (KS) (rear left side of the engine under intake manifold)
  5. Crankshaft position sensor (CKP) (located at the rear of engine by the transaxle)
  6. Engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT) (located at the rear of engine)
  7. Ignition coils
  8. Heated Oxygen Sensor Bank 1 Sensor 1
  9. Electronic Throttle Body / Throttle Control (bottom of engine left side rear)
  10. Camshaft Oil Control Solenoids (front of each cylinder head)
  11. Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor (MAP) (left front of the engine attached to intake manifold)
  12. Intake Air Temp Sensor

Models Found On

  • Chrysler 200 2011–2014
  • Chrysler Sebring 2007-2010
  • Dodge Avenger 2008–2014
  • Dodge Caliber 2007–2011
  • Dodge Journey 2009–2020
  • Jeep Compass 2007-2017
  • Jeep Patriot 2007-2017
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Edward Marshall
Edward Marshall
10 months ago

Does the 2008 Dodge Avenger 2.4 have a MAF sensor?

8 months ago


2 years ago

unfortunatly when u pull codes. code p0365 definition says cam sensor bank 1 sensor 2 . i agree as to this engine only having one bank but is this intake or exhaust. stupid code definitions piss me off.

2 years ago
Reply to  dave

I just replaced both my cam sensors on my 2013 200 2.4 ….intake cam is on front (front side of engine) above intake on right if facing vehicle and exhaust cam is almost directly behind it on the exhaust side (rear of engine) Hope this helps!

Jason Fuentes
Jason Fuentes
2 years ago

Can you go into depth as too which solenoid is which like would bank one or bank 2 be on the right hand or left hand side

2 years ago
Reply to  Jason Fuentes

It’s a 4 cylinder engine there is only one bank you have an intake solenoid and an exhaust solenoid because it’s a DOHC VVT engine