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Engine light is on

Fault Codes: P0320/P0725? What do I need to replace?

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  • msmiley816 Feb 25, 2009

    Thank U........it was the cam shaft positioning sensor!

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Crank signal at the power train control module. May have a bad crank sensor, cam sensor, module, or wiring shorted or open. The last code is for a vacuum leak, check the lines to make sure none are disconnected of have holes

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  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith Feb 26, 2009

    consider bumping the rating up to a fixya.... i did mention the crank sensor tho it would require abit more troubleshooting.

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If you engine is missing then the following codes are this - P0320 Which is indicating there is a fault with the ignition system causing the miss.
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