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Crankshaft and Camshaft Position Sensors

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I have a 1995 F-350 Powerstroke and I'm wondering if this engine has both a camshaft position sensor and a crankshaft position sensor. If it does have a crankshaft sensor, where is it located?
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The crank sensor is located up and to the left of balancer.(if your laying under looking up)

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I thought that the sensor to the upper left of the balancer was the camshaft sensor. At lease that's what all the diagrams I've looked at say. If that is the crankshaft sensor, does anyone know where the camshaft sensor is located? Thanks for the reply!
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