Question about Toyota Avalon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The Cam Position Sensor is a common item to fail. However, the cam positioning mechanism can fail too giving that code.
There are two sensors and the Exhaust Cam Sensor is most common to fail. I always replace both.
Te CKP's are on the top front of the engine next to the cylindrical operation solenoids.
Knock sensors fail too and need checked or correct feedback to ECU with a scanner.
Find a shop near you at http://www.iatn.net/shopfinder/
These engines require regular oil changes with quality synthetic oils and OE filter....not a FRAM or WIX !
Buy only BMW sensors ...aftermarket have high failure rate.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
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