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I own a 2004 accent with 122,000 km on it. Long story short, had to get a new head gasket put on, so rocker cover, cams, everything had to come off. Work was done and everything was put back together. I know where the put the cam sprocket, and crank sprocket for the timing belt, however when the cams where put back on how do you time the gears on the opposite side of the timing belt? especially for the exhaust valve. Right now the car is timed and runs but is throwing a po340 code, for the cam sensor curcuit. I checked the wire and replaced the cam sensor. I had read if the timings off by a tooth it can set the code. Since the cam sensor is over top the exhaust side of the cams (engine being a dual overhead cam) I think the timing thing could be it. I really need a diagram for the setup of the cams but not from the cam or crank sprocket

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P0340 - Cam Timing

SYMPTOMS/CONDITIONS
of a mistimed camshaft system (all must apply):

  1. Camshafts have previously been removed from the engine.
  2. Engine runs rough.
  3. Vehicle sets P0340 (camshaft sensor code).
  4. Camshaft sensor has been checked with a known, properly operating camshaft sensor.

CORRECT:
The diagram in the manuals should show the timing marks on both cam gears to be on the blue timing chain links.

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