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SOURCE: 2002 chevrolet trailblazer diagnostic code p0013, p0014

Two possibilities, poor electrical connection at the cam position actuator sensor (CPAS) connector or a clogged CPAS. Check connector first for oil residue. The CPAS itself is prone to clog if the oil is not changed at the proper intervals. Unfortunately, the CPAS is a little difficult to remove since access to one of its bolts requires the removal of the power steering pump.

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SOURCE: P0013 HOW DO U FIX ? HOW MUCH DOES IT COST ? WHAT IS IT IN GENERAL TERMS?

None of those question can be guessed at here

You need to have a repair shop test your vehicle to find problems

Free codes at Advanced is a waste of your time

A professional still has to use professional tools & road test &
component test the vehicle,codes have nothing to do with telling
you anything,they are used to diagnose a system

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P0013 HOW DO U FIX ? HOW MUCH DOES IT COST ? WHAT IS IT IN GENERAL TERMS?


None of those question can be guessed at here

You need to have a repair shop test your vehicle to find problems

Free codes at Advanced is a waste of your time

A professional still has to use professional tools & road test &
component test the vehicle,codes have nothing to do with telling
you anything,they are used to diagnose a system

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P0013


http://volvoforums.com/forum/volvo-s80-18/check-engine-light-codes-p0013-p1332-2000-s80-t6-28693/

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Check engine light code p0014 p0013


hi got 2012 mercedez benz c250 i change the camshaft actuators intake and exhaust. first thing i change becouse make a lot noise when'd is cool now i put the actuators the noise is gone for two days now i got the code poo14 now is jerking and shaking ???

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Engine light says p0010 and p0013 codes I changed both cam sensors and cleared the codes but the check engine light is back on and it is running slightly rough when stopped and holding the break ?


The codes are not for cam sensors.
The codes are for the intake and exhaust cam position actuator solenoid circuits.
The engine computer controls cam timing by these solenoids. You'll need a shop manual to get the testing procedures since this is beyond the normal range of a DIY.

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I have a check engine light with a code P0013: cam shaft circut. Will this pass an emissions test?


Most probably the system will not pass the emission test as it is related to air and fuel supply system. The problem relates high and low voltage supply to cam circuit. If high voltage is supplied the light will come on and you may not be able to pass the emission test.

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Code P0013


Pretty common. First, if you have not already done so, have a parts store reset the engine light. sometimes the solenoid sticks under hard acceleration and the problem is very intermittent. if it recurs, doesn't necessarily mean the solenoid is bad. Change your oil if it's been more than 5000 miles or 6 months, as buildup can cause this. Be sure to use the recommended oil per the manufacturer. If the issue returns continuously then you may well need to visit a reputable garage.

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2002 chevrolet trailblazer diagnostic code p0013, p0014


Two possibilities, poor electrical connection at the cam position actuator sensor (CPAS) connector or a clogged CPAS. Check connector first for oil residue. The CPAS itself is prone to clog if the oil is not changed at the proper intervals. Unfortunately, the CPAS is a little difficult to remove since access to one of its bolts requires the removal of the power steering pump.

Nov 20, 2012 | 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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Diagnostic code p0013, p0014


Diagnostic Test Code (DTC) P0013 is "Exhaust Cam Position (CMP) Actuator Solenoid Control Circuit"
Diagnostic Test Code (DTC) P0014 is "Exhaust Cam Position (CMP) System Performance"

DTC P0014 can be caused by several things that can affect your variable cam timing system performance including using the wrong viscosity engine oil. However, since you have the DTC P0013, it is pretty obvious that the problem is being caused by a circuit malfunction in the control solenoid circuit. It could be as simple as a loose connection at the solenoid electrical connector. It could be that the solenoid itself has an open circuit in its coil windings, or it could even be caused by squirrels or mice chewing on the wiring harnesses in your engine compartment. You must diagnose the circuit to find the cause. Fixing the control solenoid circuit will most likely make both of these codes go away.

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