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My ,s80turns over but does not start. It gives me a code of p0340. I put a new one in and it still gives me the same code

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P0340 is for camshaft position sensor circuit malfunction so the problem can be in you hav already changed sensor, then you need to check wiring from sensor to ecu and if the wires are ok than check the ecu! It can be either of them cousing the problem.

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P0340 Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction

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SOURCE: I have a 2002 volvo s80 it is turning over but does not start. It gives me a code of p0340. So i put a new one in but it still the same

P0340. Camshaft sensor. Make sure the one you put is good as well. Also rest the DTC and try again.

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I have a 2002 volvo s80 it is turning over but does not start. It gives me a code of p0340. So i put a new one in but it still the same


P0340. Camshaft sensor. Make sure the one you put is good as well. Also rest the DTC and try again.

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P0340 is for camshaft position sensor circuit malfunction so the problem can be in you hav already changed sensor, then you need to check wiring from sensor to ecu and if the wires are ok than check the ecu! It can be either of them cousing the problem.

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Hi, a P1684 is "Battery Disconnected Within Last 50 Starts". I wouldn't worry about that too much.

The P0340 is "Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction". I'd definitely look into that code. I found a great article specific to the p0340 code - http://www.obd-codes.com/p0340 - it should give you an idea on what to look for, test, replace, etc. Good luck!

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