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It keeps seting p0340 cold or when on the throttle idleing warm ok

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Camshaft position sensor maybe bad or bad connection between connectors.

Posted on Apr 02, 2011

  • jsand666 Apr 02, 2011

    nope your wrong try again

  • Ricky Peters
    Ricky Peters Apr 03, 2011

    then you have a ignition coil problem you need a new resistor assembly which is located inside the ignition coil tube.It is more than likeiy is a dealer part.

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