Question about 2008 Pontiac G6 Sedan
The FSM cover this 100% as does ALLdata.com
like all DTCs (you forgot yours, that be bad.....)
the car store scan too can in fact miss many important other DTC errors that greatly help solving the riddle.
in all cases the PCM sees an VCT error
in all cases it can be these things. (FSM shows ways to find out) read it.
1: the sensor bad
2:its wires are bad, cut or it fall off.
3;the cam driver is loose, change or belt as the case may be.
4: the actual VCT bits are bad.
since NO DTC posted all answer WILL BE wrong.
next time get a real shop to scan car with a real scan tool
that reads all.GM codes, not the O;really cheap box.
the post those.
some CODEs do say ,exacltl what is wrong.
for example, the sensor voltage it so high.
that is a bad sensor or wires.
other codes will decode to like, the cam angles are changing oddly.
(lots of causes)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it is located on the passengerside under the altenator closest to the firewall. make sure the vehicle is turned off reach in under the altenator and you should feel the cap.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
O2 sensor are located before and after Catalytic Converter ( exhaust system of your car). If you car's engine is 4 cyl you have 2 O2 sensors and if you car's engine is 6 cyl then you have 4 O2 sensors ( for each bank, 2 for left bank and 2 for right bank). Hope it helps and comment if you need more advice. Please don't forget to rate the answer it helps with my ratings, thanks!
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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