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    yay problems-camshaft sensor

    i received the error code p0340 camshaft position sensor A circuit Bank 1 or single, Pending...Pending? asking before i just replace the sensor.
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    Just replace it...

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    yea for a sec i thought i had already replaced it but i remember it was the crankshaft i had done.
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    This is common on older sensors. shielding on the wires inside get brittle and crack causing current to arc across the wires and short the sensor. Beware of bad new sensors too. I bought 3 once, the first 2 were bad.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rt turbo Click here to enlarge
    This is common on older sensors. shielding on the wires inside get brittle and crack causing current to arc across the wires and short the sensor. Beware of bad new sensors too. I bought 3 once, the first 2 were bad.

    Correct. If you need a shop to take care of it let me know

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