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2004 nissan altima 3.5 code p0340, battery tested bad and I replaced, also replaced Camshaft sensor, when I restarted car worked fine but when wife drive it, it died again. now struggle to start but hasn't died, what do I need to check next? should I reseat the connector on the sensor?

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This code refer to circuit of this sensor , the sensor is good

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I have a nissan murano 2005 with the code p1701 and a p0340 how can i use them to repair these codes


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Make sure you didn't accidentally unplug the ECT sensor or damage the wires. If visual inspection checks out ok clear the code and verify it comes back. If it does probably need a new sensor and or thermostat, pay attention to your temperature gauge. If it acts erratic or definitively different then normal, most likely need a thermostat. I usually just replace both and be done with it.

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I have a 2004 nissan altima, i have the my check engine light is on and i had the code checked which was a P0340 camshaft position sensor. i had both the cam and crank replaced and had the light reset so...


I doubt very much that you are looking at a faulty mass airflow sensor. I can tell you from my 25+ years of experience that the most common cause unless the camshaft position sensor is bad is there is a bad ground. Below is a pictire of the plug for the sensor. What you need to do, with an ohm meter is check for continuity between terminal 1 and the engine ground. If you do not have continuity this would be the problem of why the code is setting and the wire needs to be repaired. Like I said this is the most common that I have come across. There are many different reasons as well as many different tests that can be done but I would start there. The bad thing is that many of the tests are going to require the proper equipment which most people do not have in thier tool box. If you are in need of more testing procedures or any other information on this code which basically says it's a fault in the camshaft position circuit, feel free to email me at csautomotivecars@att.net with detailed questions so i am sure to send you the right information. I hope this helps and good luck.


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P0340 - Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction. Possible causes - Harness or connectors (The sensor circuit is open or shorted)
- Camshaft position sensor may be faulty
- Camshaft (Intake) may be damaged
- Starter motor may be faulty
- Starting system circuit
- Dead (Weak) battery Possible solution - Charge battery
- Repair harness or connector
- Replaced Camshaft Position Sensor.

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Can u tell me what the problem of this code PO340


I have a 1999 BMW 740 il My SES light came on so I hooked up my OBD code reader p0340 - Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction is what came up. so I went to the BMW parts department and bought the Camshaft Position Sensor.
I Replaced the with the new. My SES light was still on so I hooked up the OBD reader again hoping it may reset my SES light but it didn't what did happen is the OBD reader came up with the same code (p0340 - Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction) witch is what I just replaced. now I'm at a loss. I'm not sure how to reset my SES light and if I just replaced the Camshaft Position Sensor why dose it the OBD code p0340 still come up. Any suggestions?

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This is definitely a camshaft sensor malfunction, you can get away with not replacing it for awhile but eventually when it goes the car will stop starting, the sensor will need to be replaced hence why your car isn't starting but intermittently. Its easy to do and will take about 30 minutes to do, its just a pain to get to.

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