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did you only replace that one sensor?
yeah and cleared out the code and it was fine for a short drive and the check engine light came back on.
ok same code?
the last code it gave me was p0320
the # XXXXX the cam/crank sensor was p0340. it gave me that one again also, but when i cleared them, it didnt give me that one the last time
ok have you tried replacing the cam shaft position sensor that is on the passengers side cylinder head?
the only one i replaced was underneath above the oilpan. i saw one that was under the air filter box that was in the block. believe me when i tell you, i am no mechanic so i need simple terms.
the one i replaced was kinda L shaped and had a piece on it that a bolt went thru to screw in.
back near the transmission?
yeah in front of it
okn yeah the was the crank shaft position sensor
the cam shaft position sensor is on the passengers side cylinder right in front of the exhaust manifold
is that the one that when you pull the box for the air filter, you can see it right there kinda at a 45 degree angle
a whole lot easier to get to than the other one. is there any thing else i can check if the problem persists after i replace this one?
then you need to check the wiring to both of those sensors
ok. can those wires get a breah in them. i thought they had that plastic covering over them
yes the can get a break in them even with the cover on them
most likely it is just that sensor though
ok. thanks a lot for your help. does it just wiggle out or do i need a wrench? if so what size?
are those the only 2 sensors that it can be?
it is the same set up as the other sensor i think it is a 13mm but it has been awile since i changed one and yes those two sensors are what causes those codes
ok. i really appreciate your time and patience.
no problem always glad to help