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Where did you have the Cam Sensor replaced? Dealer or repair shop?
Brake fluid if low would put on the brake light and ABS light. For the ABS light only to be on, would require a scanner to see what code you have. Now when it comes to Cam Sensors, after market ones never work right. The CAM sensor can set a Engine Speed signal code since it measures the speed of the engine ( rpms ). The Engine Speed signal code would be in the ABS system. Since you just had the CAM sensor done Friday, I would have the shop recheck their work. If you have a Engine Speed Sensor code, that would mean the CAM sensor they installed is not working properly.
After Market Cam Sensors are known to continue to cause hard start or stalling, it may or may not cause warning lights and in some cases throw a intake timing code which would make you think that there is something wrong with the timing chains when there really isn't. So I would focus on getting the ABS system scanned to really determine the action required.
Did the shop do any other repairs? Does the ABS light stay on when you start the car or does it come on when you start to drive?
Did you have this same issue before you had the cam sensor done?
Oh wow, ok. They did the Cam and Crank Sensor..
Why 2 window motors? Normally it's just the window runs that need to be lubricated for the windows..
Now I am sorry for the delays.
Since you just had work done, I would see if you can have the shop scan the car for you and see what codes you have. Then return back here and I will continue to help you.
Does that sound good?
Interesting. I am just curious what codes you may have if the Service Engine Soon light came on.
A bad alternator would cause a Brake light, Battery light and ABS light normally. Checking the alternator is easy if you have a volt meter.
Let me know.
If your getting alternators from a auto parts store, they never work right. So that would explain why you go through alternators. Just get it from the dealer and that should resolve that.
The P0507 code is a Idle Speed control code. That just requires a idle relearn to be performed which is a calibration to the electronic throttle chamber. If it doesn't accept the idle relearn, then you would need a new electronic throttle chamber. Which, once again.. When it comes to electrical parts, get it from the dealer. After market electrical parts don't work.
I will have to check the data base on the two transmission codes when I get home. I know I have seen some solenoid issues on valve bodies. But I want to be able to give you the information you need on those last two codes.
Can you wait till later this evening for me to go over those last two codes?
Sorry I missing you last night. Did you want to work with me later this evening?
Tomorrow evening would be fine, I will talk to you then,
Tomorrow would be better, I am crazy busy answering the door every 5 seconds...lol
Sorry, I had computer problems tonight. I just got it working. I will be online from 7:40 pm EST till 2am tomorrow. Will you be available then?