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Hello, I'm Chris. Thanks for visiting Just Answer.
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all of the info that you have requested I have given,I will try again .I have a chevy hhr 2006 with a 2.4 dual overhead cam. I have pulled the codes and come up with poo68 and poo16 I have replaced the mass air flow sensor,also bought a cam sensor have not installed it yet,this word correlation has me worried that it may be a computer problem or something other I don't want to buy anymore parts that is why I have you online this vehicle spits and sputters under a load after engine temp reaches normal operating range any advise would be greatly appreciated thank you. Ken
For code 0068 the throttle body needs to be inspected for leaks or a warped throttle blade shaft or a shaft that is loose, if no obvious issues are found then replace the throttle body.
For code 0016 Check for oil change neglect. If this has occurred then the engine needs to be flushed with kerosene then new correct grade oil installed. After doing this and or if the oil has been maintained, then remove the cam position actuator solenoids. Apply power and ground and confirm the solenoid actuates. Check for debris and deposits in the solenoids. Check for reluctors that have rotated on the camshaft. Poor oil maintenance or overheated engine, usually causes this concern.
Chris if u get my last response can you e-mail me to let me know so that I don't double dip thank you Ken
Yes I got this last post you made.