Question about 1998 Saturn SL
Hi, I 'm trapped until I fix this. I had an oil change 300 miles ago approx. Then I started getting an oil can on the dash occasionally. My son pulled codes 0122, 0340, 0341, Test $S04. He used the general setting on an actron elite CP9185 if it matters. We were told the codes are for the cam position sensor that my car does not have. I have not checked compression. I have bought an oil pressure switch/sensor? I cannot find where to install it.I also read online that there can be problems with the computer reading #4 cylinder as firing too often giving that code. I don't want to start doing all these things without feeling the busted knuckles are worth it. I have probably left something out. Please give me any advice you can offer. Thanks
Saturn uses the coilpack/module to pick up the cylinder reference. this they call the cam signal because it is required by fed law for obd II operation. in a nut shell you need to replace the coil pack/module assy.. get the part from saturn. i worket as a saturn tech for a couple of years and pulled alot of aftmkt. coilpacks off for this reason. trust me replace the coilpack and module assy.
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oohhh, the oil pressure switch is above the starter on the back of the block- sounds like fun eehh?
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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