Question about BMW Z3
A P0340 will illuminate the MIL when the computer sees two drive cycles where bank one cam shaft is not aligned with the crankshaft
Therefore, in addition to sensor issues, wiring and connector issues you could also have electrical interference PLUS the gear attached to the cam has spun or is damaged
That being said, here is the information you requested...
furthermore... here are the procedures from my service manual... nothing tough at all!
Removal & Installation (3-Series - E46)
To remove intake camshaft sensor...
Remove intake air filter housing.
Remove VANOS adjustment solenoid valve located next to oil filter housing.
Disconnect sensor electrical connector.
Remove sensor screw.
Remove sensor from cylinder head
To install, reverse removal procedure
Replace sealing ring as necessary
To remove the exhaust camshaft.
Disconnect exhaust camshaft sensor connector on front of cylinder head. Remove sensor screw. Remove sensor from cylinder head. To install, reverse removal procedure. Replace sealing ring as necessary
if you need anything else just let me know!
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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