I have ran an obd diagnostic test on a 2007 honda accord 2.4l and got codes p0341 confirmed. And P1009 confirmed.... what needs fixed?
wow , no symptoms, car dead, what?
no MODEL< ? what car??????????
stalls, , no engine power, it weak , misfire, ?
or just lights glowing on CEL.
the codes never tell you what is bad, they only tell you the test failed.
like at the Doctors, you have high blood sugar.
he dont rip out the pancreas. he does more tests. same deal.
now lets do yours.
- Faulty Camshaft Position Sensor
- Camshaft Position Sensor harness is open or shorted
- Camshaft Position Sensor circuit poor electrical connection
- Faulty starter motor
- Starting system circuit
- Dead (Weak) battery
341s never lie, if one pulse in 10 fails, Bam.
not posting cars symtoms first make me fail to help.
i can not fix cars blind, you must tell the full story
it is why more complex than you realizes, EFI is.
next. gen. name is VVT, honda uses VVC.
1009 the FSM covers easy sub test, ever seen and FSM?
VVC failure (this one is even more complex)
Engine oil level (wrong)
- Dirty engine oil (low oil pressure or has blockage to VVC pats)
- Check VTC Strainer for blockage
- Faulty VTC Oil Control Solenoid or circuit
- Faulty VTC Actuator
- Engine mechanical problems (loose cam belt or chain)
in the chase of cam drive, we make sure the cam is not bouncing around. if it is VVT test FAIL !!!! and has NOTHING to do with VVT
the VVT controls cam timing, if its BOUNCHING it Can not.
i did look up your engine because you never stated which engine you have, there are like 3.
know what car?
car MODEL with 2.4L
Jul 03, 2014 |
Cars & Trucks