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Any time an engine backfires, it indicates that it is not in time. The ignition is firing when there is a valve open. Or possibly a bent or broken valve not allowing the combustion chamber to seal.
Posted on Jan 25, 2021
check your oil pan gasket mo make sure that it is not leaking and inspect your cool lines you will probly find a leak around that area
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
Code 0325 is for a Knock sensor. Code 0340 is for the Cam sensor #1 if this is an engine with 2 heads and it is an indication of a single sensor on single head engines.
So if you do have a multiple hed engine, you may have removed the good sensor and left the bad sensor in the other head.
Remember to wipe the computer memory after installing new parts.
Posted on Oct 09, 2012
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