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Camshaft position sensor location 07 toyota camry 3.5L

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Front part of the engine, above the front exhaust manifold to the right. Its usually black/grey sensor with an eletrical connector running from the RH side of the engine. By the way the cam sensor controls spark, the crank sensor controls fuel pulse. hopefully this helps

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SOURCE: where is the camshaft sensor

In the back of the cylinder head, right side bythe injectors. hard to see from top.

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SOURCE: 1997 toyota camry how do you fix a p0340 camshaft sensor A_ bank 1 circuit malfunction

Well, a lot depends on what is causing the P0340 Diagnostic Test Code (DTC) to set.

The Camshaft Position Sensor (CMP) is a pick-up coil mounted in the outer corner of the left cylinder head just below the valve cover (assuming your Camry is equipped with a V-6...you didn't say)
a one tooth signal plate is mounted to the outer camshaft. DTC P0340 sets when there is no signal recieved from the sensor by the Engine Control Module (ECM) either during engine cranking or engine running.
Possible causes are:
> Open or short circuit in CMP sensor circuit
> Faulty CMP sensor
> Defective starter
> Damaged cam signal plate
> Broken timing belt
> Internal ECM problem
Proper diagnosis required.

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Its in the distributer!

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Well, a lot depends on what is causing the P0340 Diagnostic Test Code (DTC) to set.

The Camshaft Position Sensor (CMP) is a pick-up coil mounted in the outer corner of the left cylinder head just below the valve cover (assuming your Camry is equipped with a V-6...you didn't say)
a one tooth signal plate is mounted to the outer camshaft. DTC P0340 sets when there is no signal recieved from the sensor by the Engine Control Module (ECM) either during engine cranking or engine running.
Possible causes are:
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> Faulty CMP sensor
> Defective starter
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> Broken timing belt
> Internal ECM problem
Proper diagnosis required.

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