I have a 2002 GMC Envoy. It failed the DMV Inspection test with Codes: P0014 & P1345. It shows "No Description Available". What can be done?
Go to : http://forums.trailvoy.com/showthread.php?t=80969 They have some info on these codes.
P1345 is cam-crankshaft sensor out of whack..or it has jumped time http://engine-codes.com/p1345_gmc.html
P0014 related to same.
Went to check out that web site tennisshoes, and it's good. You should do that 374Belvedere
Be sure to also go to the links the guys out up ..for much more. I caught this: The I6 engine was designed without a traditional PCV valve, so crankcase blowby gets the back of the throttle body throat horribly dirty/sticky.
GM Motor Company Group Diagnostic Trouble Codes - ... edgeproducts.com/app/.../08/customer_support_article-pdf-40.pdf - Similarto GM Motor Company Group Diagnostic Trouble Codes - ... P1xxx Manufacturer codes for additional emission system function; not required but reported to the ... P0014 B Camshaft Pos Timing-Over-Advanced (bank. P0015 B ...... P1345 Crank Pos (CKP)-Camshaft Pos (CMP) Correlation. P1346 Intake
Am I to understand that the reason that I get a failed DMV inspection with a P0014 & P1345 is because my Camshaft & Crankshaft sensors are not working? I received many responses that it has become confusing.
The codes are indicating a problem with that system, now if the actual sensors are bad only testing will tell if it is the sensors or wiring.
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