2007 mitsubishi outlander

Asked by Apr 27, 2016 at 05:16 PM about the 2007 Mitsubishi Outlander LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was driving n my car shut off n then I
scanned it n gave the code p0340 n I
replaced the cam sensor but it still wont
start what could it be ? Please need help
ASAP thank you

3 Answers

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My shot in the dark is a CKP crankshaft position sensor! test it! BUT Sometimes, low battery voltage or a weak starter can can trigger a Camshaft Position Sensor code. If you're pulling P0340 code, that generally means that something is wrong with the circuit. The sensor itself could be bad as well.(bin changed) However, the P0340 code is a giveaway that a new part probably won't fix it. When the car won't start, then one (or both) of the sensors is not working, or the ECU is not seeing the signal. RECHECK the connectors, grounds and look for shorts. You're throwing circuit codes, so let's check the circuit. The thing I would do is to make sure that all of your connections are clean and tight. Anything in your leads will cause issues. Check for corrosion, Check fuses, etc. Regards

Actually I was having problems with circuit after putting a new radio in lights go up n down so I guess that would be next to check all wires thanks for your help

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