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Code p1332 and p0013

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SOURCE: I have the Code P0013 OBD Code (DTC). on my 2000 c70 Volvo. where do I start to trouble shoot?

first you can try to erase the fault code, and observe a period of time, if the code comes again, you must repair it, the P0013 means "B" Camshaft Position - Actuator Circuit (Bank 1).
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I have a 2002 Volvo C70 convertible 2.3l turbo 5cyl auto . The engine light is on the fault code is p1332 on maxiscan scan tool it says cyl.8 - knock limit attained

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What does the code P0013 mean

The meaning of p0013
Intake camshaft position 'B' actuators circuit open bank 1

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variable camshaft timing (VCT) solenoid open or short

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ABS and Brake Light p1332 1999 volvo c70

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Possible sources of fault code are as follows. The code is a fault in the VVT system (variable valve timing)

Faulty position
-camshaft belt has jumped out of place on the cogs
-defective reset valve
-mechanical fault in the Variable valve timing (VVT) unit
Faulty control
-defective camshaft position (CMP) sensor
Control too slow
-low oil pressure
-poor oil quality
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Mar 27, 2014 | 2001 Volvo C70

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