When I tried to start the car I realized what had happened and the car cranks over, but won't start. Voltage checks out good at the sensor connectors as well-both the 12v and the 5v. I figure I might be receiving the second code P0420 becaus. I'm goint to buy some speciality wrenches and probably make a tool this week. Water in an intermediary connector could easily be the cause of a short-circuit. I am unsure whether or not they are the same for your model year, but you should be able to check simply by reading the numbers on both and they should match. The other idea was having a bad Multiport Fuel Injection Relay.
I am wondering if I just. Also respect those that take the time to answer questions and remember that many are professional mechanics, who normally get paid very well to diagnose automotive repairs. We first replaced the sensor and still no go. Not sure what else to look at. Please give me some direction. Choose Beck Arnley Camshaft Position Sensor to fix your engine system to the best possible working condition.
Apr 24, 2011 P0340 is Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction What does that mean? The plugs were covered in oil and looked extremely old and fouled. I couldn't find any bad fuses from a visual inspection. This particular engine has a problem with chewing up timing chains. I'm in the process of removing the lower timing cover to access the crank position sensor which sucks! The cam timing is spot on. He removed the unnecessary extra immobiliser and all was well.
I then inspected the wires and looked for anything melted. The only thing with what you describe that confuses me a bit is that you can manually turn the fuel pump relay on so it feeds fuel and the car will start. The check engine light stays on, and sometimes is very hard to start. I have replaced the starter and the camshaft position sensor and still not starting. Unfortunately, the keys had been left in the ignition in the on position, which I didn't realize. I am unsure whether or not they are the same for your model year, but you should be able to check simply by reading the numbers on both and they should match.
Have disconnected fuel lines in all spots to make sure it's not clogged. Unfortunately, while looking for nesting materials and cleaning house, these little critters might find your wiring offensive or even tasty, resulting in open circuit problems. So now im kind of stuck. If you just need to replace the sensor, it is a simple job of unplugging the electrical connector and removing the screws holding the sensor in place. This is verified by the fact that I can keep the engine running if I spray starting fluid into the intake after I've started it. It is turbo and no its not the turbo.
All grounds are connected where they should be, battery is new and holding a strong 11-12v charge, fresh fuel, compression is good, entire distributor was replaced. What are the symptoms of code P0340? Then if the terminal is clean and tight and you still observe 1v on terminal 1. Report posts and comments that fall outside the guidelines. I was thinking of making a fuel pump switch on the dash somewhere. I have been turbo for 3 years.
Here are some of the most common. You may have more than one issue. This replacement unit is carefully patterned after to act like the initial camshaft position sensor fitted on your car. Still cranks but does not start. I dont have a voltmeter as of yet so i wasnt able to test the sensor and harness.
The motor looks to be in bad shape. Did oil change, oil drained looked like normal broken down oil, no evidence of coolant. Chat with others, create a build thread, post questions and answers. Logging in will also remove many of the advertisements, along with this notice. This information is used by the Electronic Control Module to control ignition and fuel injection.
After the cam sensor didn't fix the issue I replaced the crank sensor. The camshaft position sensor senses the piston position. Walker Products supplies the automotive aftermarket with premium engine sensors and fuel system components. I have been going through everything possible on mine because it cranks over but will not start up. Threads all pertaining to my specific problem, unfortunately none are resolved. I know this isn't exactly the problem you have, but I thought it might help you to consider it from a different angle. Though i havent tested if this is it when I looked it up on shop key 5 by snap on it said it has both crank and cam sensor.