p0340 and p0335
Is there something I can spray to disperse moisture in the connections, or can moisture damage it so the connectors and cables need to be replaced? Is the sensor its self a closed unit, or can it be moisture damaged?
Turned out to be the crankshaft sensor which is not located behind a cover and is lower down and so more likely to get wet. That cost me an extra $83 and a few hours work.
Hmmmm. That's odd. On the 1999 2.2L eninge, BOTH of my repair manual sources show it behind the timing belt cover. Here's what I see:As you can see... both sources have it located just above the crank timing gear and behind a cover. Sorry for the inconvenience, but I can only call them as I se them!
Oh, interesting. It appears my vehicle is missing its timing belt cover... I had never actually noticed that before. My apologies, your advice was correct. I guess that is also why it got water damaged in the first place and why I had trouble finding it 'behind the timing belt cover'.