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P0340 code in my Jeep Liberty 2002

I want to know where that sensor is located.

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  • blanca1323 Dec 09, 2008

    my truck will sputter when i start the engine and it makes a knocking noise.

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Since a P0340 Could be either the Cam Position Sensor or The Crank Position Sensor they are obviously in 2 different spots, however they both either sit on the back of the engine or on the transmission bellhousing. Your Cam Sensor is at the top and your Crank Sensor is near the bottom.

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