Question about 2001 Ford Mustang
Code P0340... camshaft position sensor circuit fault.
Note: this is a CIRCUIT fault, meaning it may or may not be the sensor itself. It could be a wiring problem (loose, short, open), a bad pcm (computer) or the sensor itself. You can try replacing the sensor, but understand there's the possibility that it might not be the cure you hope for. If the sensor itself is not bad then you will have to do some electrical troubleshooting. Depending on your troubleshooting skills, anything beyond sensor replacement might require you to seek help from a local shop.
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