Question about Cars & Trucks
I have a 2005 Sequoia (4.7L) with 99k miles. P0018 code (crank/cam position diff - Bank 2 Sensor A) with a varying rough idle but driving at speed seems to be fine. Timing belt was changed at 89K and oil was chaged at 98K. I reset the code and started the engine cold but the CEL came back after about 2-3 min of normal driving. Is this a sensor problem or somehting more expensive (e.g. VVT actator)?
Posted by Anonymous on
Here's a link to your P0018 code and causes,I had a 2004 Tundra,bought new,paid 31 grand,water pump started leaking,took to Toyota dealer,they put new timing belt and pump on and had no problem,only had 50,000 miles on it,but these vehicles are known for water pumps going bad.It cost me 1100.00 dollars.Sold truck,had 70,000 miles on it,had the 4.7 engine,had 2 oxygen sensors replaced by Toyota,was covered under warranty.The fuel injectors got clogged up,Toyota charged 99 bucks,it lost power and afterwards it would fly again.I would take to Toyota and let them check it out,here's the link I promised. https://www.obd-codes.com/p0018
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