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P0341 code on 2004 Honda CRV (70,000ish miles) check light comes on and off car is sluggish to pick up speed when the gas is stepped on. How do you check the releuctor wheel for damage?

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  • lauraaschill Nov 14, 2009

    How do you remove the camshaft sensor?

  • lauraaschill Nov 15, 2009

    If there is damage to the teeth what is the fix?


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You would need to pull out the camshaft sensor. Check its resitance with an ohmeter.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

  • Ronado Panaligan
    Ronado Panaligan Nov 14, 2009

    It should be mounted with one bolt, and has two wires connected to it. Ang mounted against the cylinder head.


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