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Are there any special instructions to install?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it's at the front of the engine and below the and left of the front of the crank shaft.
dis-connect negative attery cable
dis-connect the electical connector to the sensor
un-bolt it and pull it out
reversr for installation
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
I believe an 0340 is a camshaft position sensor code - if you have already changed it have you reset the computer? This usually involves disconnecting the battery for a while and holding the brake on (or similar).
If the code keeps coming back with the new sensor installed, I'm guessing you've either got a problem with your wiring harness to that connection - check that you're getting the correction input voltages at the connector - or your engine control unit is playing up (I hope this isn't the case for your sake)
Check the wiring circuit for shorts thoroughly. Ensure the ground is connected and earthing properly.
Hope this helps - these problems can be a real beggar to pin down.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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