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Cam ****** is at 16 and its calling for 0,2 to -2. and when its hot it drags to start and its poping and running rough. has code p1345

Truck has 236,500 miles on it. would it be the distributer wore out or the timing chain and gears

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With that much mileage everything is worn!

code p1345 which is crank shaft camshaft position error code.

If the distributor moved that is why the code is present. The dis. in these trucks does not control ignition timing it controls injector timing (it is the cam sensor).

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dan12, I have a 2000 savana that had exact same issue, at least appears to be same. Sometimes it would start fine, other times it would act like it was out of time. Finally we had to get it towed because it would not start, turn over, but not start. Probably all over about a three month time frame. The solution that is still working after a year was to replace the distributor cap, it was allowing moisture in. I have seen a moisture reference on line before, never have seen the final outcome. I know it sounds simple but my vehicle went from not being reliable to using every day.

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intake gasket i had the same problem with my truck

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Camshaft To Crankshaft Position Correlation Fault is what p1345 means. if the problem isnt electrical I would imagine the timing chain could be stretched and the engine is out of time somehow

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SOURCE: Truck starts, runs for 5-10 seconds, then dies

take out your mass airflow sensor located on air intake pipe and clean with brake cleaner also is your engine light on?

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Trouble code P1345. please can you tell me what has went bad


p1345 refers to Camshaft to Crankshaft correlation problem.
Could be distributor turned at wrong angle in relation to where it should be:


Camshaft ****** Offset Adjustment NOTE: Ignition timing cannot be adjusted.
  1. With ignition OFF connect scan tool.
  2. Start engine and allow it to reach normal operating temperature.
  3. Increase engine speed to 1,000 RPM. NOTE: The cam ****** offset reading will not be accurate below 1,000 RPM.
  4. Use scan tool to monitor cam ****** offset.
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    • If the cam ****** does not indicate a value of 0° the distributor must be adjusted.
  5. Use scan tool to monitor cam ****** offset.
  6. With ignition OFF, slightly loosen distributor hold down bolt.
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  12. Tighten hold down bolt to 25 ft lb (3 Nm).

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