Question about 2002 Hyundai Accent
Came up with code p0340 cam position sensor circuit fault. now, question is, is this re-set able? is it a faulty sensor? or, as was suggested before, maybe the timing belt jumped a cog, causing the fault? grrrrr...i hate electronics! thanks for the previous suggestions! btw, seems like there's plenty of fuel pressure...of course, i've no frame of reference..but, it was definitely under pressure.
Here is a list (courtesy of www.obd-codes.com).
Symptoms Symptoms can include:
p.s. the code can be reset but if a problem exists, it will return
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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