I got a P0340 on my '96 intrepid ES. Cam position sensor. I replaced it, but still no go. Put the diagnostic machine on, and still I get a P0340 code, even with the new sensor. What gives here?

Asked by Feb 16, 2013 at 03:58 PM about the 1996 Dodge Intrepid 4 Dr ES Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I am only getting one code reading on the OBD reader, and that is the p0340.
Not sure what the hell else is wrong, but i am not pushing any other codes.
If I blew my timing belt, i am certain I would have destroyed the car, as the car shut down at 65 mph,
when it died.
I would just have a heavy paperweight if the timing belt went at that speed.
Can anyone tell me what to do next?

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repair the timing belt i did the samething 2 yrs a go

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