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Check the wiring.
Posted on Jan 20, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DTC - PO340, PO325
My Nissan micro 2004 model just stopped in the middle of the road one day then the engine management light came on, anyway took it to my local garage TWK Thomas who said it was a cam shaft sensor problem. OK so sensor was put on, engine management light went off for two days only. So went back to the garage they said that another sensor should be fitted on the opposite side. And then the problem should be rectified, but i had given the £160 for this problem to be fixed the first time. I decided it was time to take it to another garage Nis Tec they put it on the computer and a code po340 came up would this mean another sensor or the cam chain has stretched please help. ...claire
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
Wiring problem or the ECU (engine control unit) is defective. Try this, disconnect the battery cables from the battery and short/touch them together for 30 seconds (do not do this if connected to the battery). Then, reconnect the cables to the battery posts & see if that fixes it. If it doesn't, then there is a wiring problem associated with the cam pos snsr or the ECU has gone bad.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
That makes the computor think the timing is off. Replace the sensor and see if that does it. You will then have to have the code cleared (erased) or the light will come back on/stay on.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
The system will erase the fault code when the system senses that a component is functioning within three starting cycles. Even if you replaced the cam sensor three times it will store the same code if the wire harness or connector has is not supplying data from the magnetic pickup to the ECU. Until you have isolated why it doesn't read the sensor you'll be stuck with a no start situation.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
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