Question about Honda CR-V
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I hate to tell you this, but there is not Camshaft Position Sensor on any 1.9L Single or Dual OHC. I assume you had someone read a Diagnostic Trouble Code from your PCM. They probably told you that you needed a Camshaft Position Sensor, and then offered to sell you one. I would recommend changing your spark plugs and your plug cables with FACTORY REPLACEMENTS. This will usually make the DTC go away. Aftermarket plugs and wires rarely work well for this engine. If you are looking for a CRANKSHAFT position sensor, look between the engine and transmission on the back side of the transmission. It is also known as the "transmission input speed sensor". More often than not though, your engine will not fire up if the Crank position sensor is not working. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
cam position code ,ingnition coil for 1&4 plug,probably fail plug wires or corrosion at coil and plug wires. could also be cracked 1or4 sparkplug.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
I have just replaced one myself. The part is very easy to get to. its on the engine towards the top. All you have to remove is the air filter box and move one large hose out of the way. There is only (2) 8mm bolts holding it in place. They do need to be torqued to 155 IN-LBS though when you replace it. Sadly, after I replaced mine and cleared the codes, the same P0344 code comes right back. The intermitten one this time. I was told to check the wires for a short on the cam sensor I replaced and the crank sensor as well. The camshaft position sensor was only $37 at Autozone. Shop around though. I was quoted up to $70 for it. I saw online that some people had problems with aftermarket ones and only got theirs to work after installing a genuine one from the dealer. I havent called them but am guessing it will run close to the $70 range from them. Good luck with yours. Check this site to see how to change it, it helped me a great deal.www.ptcruizer.com/cam-sensor-repair.html Its basicly step by step with pics.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
I also have a saab 900 s with the 2.3 L. I started throwing the same code. I found out from the Hanes manual that the CMP sensor is integrated into the distributor on this model. Which explains why the distributor costs so much. You might want to check your distributor out and makes sure their is no oil in the cap and that the black electric plug is fit on correctly. If it's okay just watch for rough idle (that's what mine started doing), unfortunately it looks like if your cam position sensor needs to be replaced you have to replace the entire distributor.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
SOURCE: Getting the following codes from a 1997 Pontiac Grand Am....... PO121 TPS / Pedal Position Sensor A CKT Range / Perf Also, PO341 Camshaft Position Sensor A - Bank 1 CKT Range/Perf. Any thoughts on the
po121 means that there is a problem with the throttle position sensor ( tps). or in the wiring or connector, most likely its the tps that is bad. first remove connection from tps, heres how to test. use an ohms meter and hook a lead to top or bottom terminal of tps. use other probe on center terminal of tps. move throttle plate slowly, if the needle on meter does not move at a smooth pace, then tps is bad. good-luck!!
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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