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Mustang error codes P0340 , P0344

Some days ago i found that the button "Check Engine" was lightining. I have connected my T1000 to understand what's wrong? Trinity have showed me 2 problems: 1) "P0340" P0340 Camshaft Position Sensor A Circuit (Bank 1 or single sensor) 2) "P0344" P0344 Camshaft Position Sensor A Circuit Intermittent (Bank 1 or single sensor) Please tell me what should i do , cause I'm not from USA and that is why it is a big trouble to solve any problem with Mustang or any other USA muscle car... PS. There were not any crash accidents or smth else. I have cleaned my CAI filter some time ago...

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These are camshaft position sensor codes. Replace camshaft sensor.

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SOURCE: code p0446, code po340

P0446 is a malfuntion in what is called your EVAP system spicifly the canaster purge valve . What this system dose is it takes fuel vaper and exese fuel from the fuel return at the gas tank and on damand at at hire speed or heavy load and send it to the intake manifold to be burned so it dosn't leak into the atimisphere. The P0340 code is a mis fire on #4 cylinder random and is being caused by the 0446 code.P01850 sounds like a transmissiton code that is like a byproduct and also caused by the P0446 as well .The first thing to check is the gas cap the system is a sealed system its the cheapest and easyest thing to check if it is leaking it would cause all of these problems . If its not that then you need to look at canaster purge valve its one of these two things

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SOURCE: P0344 Camshaft Position Sensor A Circuit Intermittent (Bank 1 or

The camshaft sensor is located right above the crankshaft pulley on the passengers side of the front cover of the engine. It will be a 3 pin sensor either gray or black in color. There is a pointer that is attached to the sensor and it is either gold or silver in color. There is also a recall out on this camshaft sensor. If the color of the sensor is black then it should qualify for the recall. If you get in touch with a Ford dealer they should be able to help you with your recall if the sensor is black since it is a safety recall. As far as your exhaust pressure sensor it is located on the front of the engine right by the heater core hose a little to the passengers side of the center of the front of the engine. there will be a tube attached to the bottom of the sensor that goes from it to the front of the exhaust manifold on the very front of the passengers side exhaust manifold.

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SOURCE: where is the Camshaft Position Sensor located on a

this car has but one bank, the cam sensor is under the intake manifiold on the drivers side.

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Testimonial: "thanks, now I know where to start looking. Is it a fairly easy item to replace?"

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