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I have replaced both camshaft sensor's, spark plugs, and battery in my infiniti i35 2002. It hesitates to start tcs slip and check engine lights are on.

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Have you read the code(s) associated with the Check Engine light? If so, what are they? Need more information, please.

Posted on Oct 08, 2013

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SOURCE: TCS/SLIP & Check Engine Light Warning

TCS is Traction Control System,and all TCS's are controlled though the Anti Lock Braking (ABS) system.Here's how it works:Each wheel,or in some cases,only the drive wheels have a speed sensor mounted near the hub or axle,and sends a speed signal to the PCM (Powertrain Control Module).The PCM monitors wheel speed continuously,and if it sees a speed out of the ordinary,say for example the right rear tire is spinning and traveling at a much higher speed than the left rear,the PCM will pulse the brakes through the ABS system on the right rear to slow down the right rear so that the left and right wheel speeds match up,this is how the traction control works.So,if you have a TCS problem,the PCM will see this and set a Dignostic Trouble Code (DTC).You need to pull the DTC's out of the system with a scan tool,diagnose and repair the DTC's.It could likely be something as simple as a malfunctioning wheel speed sensor,but you won't know until the codes are pulled out,as this will point in the general direction.Good luck.

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

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SOURCE: kia rio 2002 camshaft pos. sensor just replace still light check

check the belt,if its out it will flag up this code,your car will run on sequential firing from the crankshaft sensor,failing that put an oscilloscope on the signal wire at the sensor and ecu its possible the ecu might not be seeing the signal,start with the basics first

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: TCS, SLIP and ABS lights on

Check your brake fluid first. If that is low, top it off and recheck. If its ok, than you will need one of the rear ABS sensors. You will need to plug it in and find out which side it is. That's really the only ABS issue that car has. One of the rear ABS sensors fails.

Posted on May 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Why is the check engine, slip, and VDC light on

All three lights came on at the same time while I was driving last month. The dealer said it was the sensors. Had them replaced for about $750

Posted on Mar 11, 2010

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SOURCE: 2000 honda odyssey, sputtering and pinging,

The following is from the Honda Odyssey (1999-2004) Service Manual page 19-81:

"When the Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL or check engine light) and the Traction Control System (TCS) light are both on at the same time, you should troubleshoot the Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) system first."

"The TCS indicator will come on if one or more of the following components are faulty:
heated oxygen sensor, manifold absolute pressure sensor, crankshaft position sensor, engine coolant temp. sensor, throttle position sensor, top dead center sensor 1 or 2, intake air temp. sensor, exhaust gas recirculation, barometric pressure sensor, idle air control valve, VTEC pressure switch, knock sensor, fuel supply system, automatic transaxle, and misfire detection system of the PGM-FI system."

Most major auto parts stores have a code reader that will read out your diagnostic trouble codes or DTC's that are stored in the car's computer when the MIL comes on. They will do it for free. With these codes, you can narrow down what is wrong. This is good information to have if you are dealing with a mechanic or dealership. The terminal to hook up the code reader is under the driver's side dash about in line with your right shin.

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Check engine,tcs and slip light are on?


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Tcs light flashes and p0340 code


P0340 code means "Something" is wrong in the timing...
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Where is the crank shaft sensor located on a ford taurus 2005.


  • Disconnect the ground battery cable using a wrench to hold the terminal bolt in place as you loosen the retaining nut with another wrench.

Locate the accelerator cable next to the throttle assembly towards the back and top of the engine and remove the shield. Pull the retaining pins using a pair of slip joint pliers if necessary.

Remove any other accessories that might interfere with the removal of the camshaft sensor like wiring harness, spark plug retainers or engine cover, depending on your particular Ford Taurus model.

Move the fuel-injectors wiring harness off the valve cover studs as well to gain access to the camshaft sensor if necessary.

Locate the camshaft sensor around the top of the engine. For more information, see the Resources box at the bottom of this article.

Unplug the camshaft-sensor electrical connector by pressing on the lock tab and pulling the plastic connector off the sensor.

Unfasten the two sensor mounting screws using a Phillips screwdriver and remove the sensor from the engine compartment.

Installing the Camshaft Sensor

Position the new camshaft sensor in place and start the two mounting screws by hand to avoid damaging the threads.

Tighten the two mounting screws using the Phillips screwdriver.

Plug the camshaft-sensor electrical connector.

Realign the fuel injectors' wiring harness over the valve cover studs.

Install any other accessories you had to remove to gain access to the camshaft sensor like wiring harness, spark plug retainers or engine cover.

Replace the accelerator cable shield if you had to remove it. Use the slip joint pliers if necessary.

Connect the ground, battery cable using one of the wrenches to hold the terminal bolt in place and tighten the retaining nut with another wrench

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I have infinity fx 35 2003 the service engine light on i read the fault on the scanner its camshaft sensor bank 1 , we replaced it in the new camshaft after 3 hours the service engine and the vdc off and...


You need to run a continuety test between the PCM and the sensor wire most likely a bad wire or the connection( if the Wire and connection is good its probably a bad pcm)

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How to replace the cam sensor on a 2003 taurus


Is your question is How to replace the CAMSHAFT SENSOR of Ford Taurus?

Here are the steps to do it..First step is how to remove the camshaft sensor then 2nd is the installation.

Removing the Camshaft Sensor

    > Disconnect the ground battery cable using a wrench to hold the terminal bolt in place as you loosen the retaining nut with another wrench. Locate the accelerator cable next to the throttle assembly towards the back and top of the engine and remove the shield. Pull the retaining pins using a pair of slip joint pliers if necessary.

    > Remove any other accessories that might interfere with the removal of the camshaft sensor like wiring harness, spark plug retainers or engine cover, depending on your particular Ford Taurus model.

    > Move the fuel-injectors wiring harness off the valve cover studs as well to gain access to the camshaft sensor if necessary.

    > Locate the camshaft sensor around the top of the engine. For more information, see the Resources box at the bottom of this article.

    > Unplug the camshaft-sensor electrical connector by pressing on the lock tab and pulling the plastic connector off the sensor.

    > Unfasten the two sensor mounting screws using a Phillips screwdriver and remove the sensor from the engine compartment.

Installing the Camshaft Sensor

    > Position the new camshaft sensor in place and start the two mounting screws by hand to avoid damaging the threads. Tighten the two mounting screws using the Phillips screwdriver.

    > Plug the camshaft-sensor electrical connector.Realign the fuel injectors' wiring harness over the valve cover studs. Install any other accessories you had to remove to gain access to the camshaft sensor like wiring harness, spark plug retainers or engine cover.

    > Replace the accelerator cable shield if you had to remove it. Use the slip joint pliers if necessary. Connect the ground, battery cable using one of the wrenches to hold the terminal bolt in place and tighten the retaining nut with another wrench

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How do i replace the camshaft position sensor on a 2004 infiniti i35


hi, i have infinity fx 35 2003 it light on the service engine camshaft position sensor bank 1 , i replaced the bank 1 after 3 hour it light on again service engine + VDC off and slip i put the scanner it told me camshaft position sensor bank 1 again what can i do ?

Jul 24, 2010 | 2004 Infiniti I35

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Hello, I bought my Maxima SE 2 weeks ago, the light of "service engine soon" turns on and some times the TCS and SLIP lights are turning on and off and whenever these lights come and go, the...


TCS and SLIP are part of the ABS system. Check the fluid level in master cylinder first. If that's OK, than you probably have a intermitent problem with one of the ABS sensors.You will need a scanner to find out which sensor in mulfunctioning, or wht the problem is. As far as the shaking condition goes, sounds like the car is misfiring. What is the code number that you are coming up with for the check engine light?? Have the spark plugs been replaced?? Replacement intarval on a 2002 Max is 105000 miles. These car seem to have a problem with the rocker cover gaskets, where iol leaks into the spark plug hole and fill the hole up, so you may need that cover, when you are replacing the plugs, but you will not know that, until you actually get inside of it. Let me know what the code is for the "check engine light" post results.

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