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Old 09-27-2010, 10:44 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default How to Repair Error Code P0340 - Bank 1 Cam Positioner Sensor

didnt know where to post this and i havent seen a how to on this error so i figured i'd do a write up.

symtoms

1) car hesitates to start

2) car manual mode is stuck in 5th gear

3) car slams into R & D

4) car wont go over 2500rmp

5) Check Engine Light came on

6) error code P0340 was thrown

i went to start my car using the auto start and it stalled after what i thought was a Maf sensor i got the car checked and it threw code P0340 Camshaft Bank 1 Position Sensor Malfunction. below is my guide to the repair



DICONNECT BATTERY FIRST!!!

if your stock remove your filter intake portion first using a flat head screw driver

Click the image to open in full size.


disconnect your MAF sensor ( while your here this would be a good time to use MAF sensor cleaner like i did )

Click the image to open in full size.


using pliers remove the vaccum hose carefully and remove the rest of the intake box and set it aside

Click the image to open in full size.

Click the image to open in full size.



now move on the upper tube thats connected to the intake mainfold and using the flat head loosen that connection

Click the image to open in full size.

set aside that tubing as well

Click the image to open in full size.

now that you have room you be able to access the bank sensors better in this case were going for Bank 1 which is the green clip located closer to the firewall but just at the base of camshaft near ignition coil 1 as well ( Bank 2 is closer towards the front almost 6 inches from Bank 1 in the direction facing the car bumper still with the same green clip.

Click the image to open in full size.

Click the image to open in full size.

using a 10mm socket and extension remove the bolt holding the sensor in place

Click the image to open in full size.

theres also a small clip holding the sensor harness against a plate remove this clip so you can manage the sensor better

Click the image to open in full size.

now this is hardest part. the clip is a weird design intended to almost never let the sensor go. it involves you pushing up and then pulling down in order for you to release the sensor from the holder and its a pain in the ass to remove.



once you get the sensor off replace with part # 23731-6J90B which is bank 1.

Click the image to open in full size.


replace all parts in the order they were taken off and follow the thread for a ECU reset

How to Reset Your Check Engine Light Manually (CEL)

or go to auto zone and have the CEL cleared

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Very Nice Cory. Kudos to you for doing this bro and taking isntruction pics.
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Nice write up brah... I had the same problem last year but it looks like i got the same problem again... Maybe i should of just brought the OEM sensor the first time instead of the pepboys one..
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Great work Cory!!

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Having the right tools makes it so much easier.
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Glad it worked out Cory.
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Glad it worked out Cory.
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No doubt but u pretty much did it on ur own.
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Default Need some help, please!

Hey guys - I'm cursed with the same situation now, though praise God it's only my Cam sensor that's bad. However, as mentioned above, removing the clip from the sensor itself is difficult to say the least. So - can anyone provide a bit more of an explanation about the "push up and pull down" instruction to remove it? The design of the green housing piece almost makes it look as though a flat head screw driver can/should be inserted to release tension. I've inserted one and pulled up on the driver, then pressed down - all while tugging on the sensor itself. Nothing but a back that's tired of stooping over so much.

If anyone can shed a bit more detailed light on this, I'd be most appreciative!!
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going off my memory now. when you pull the clip down it will move the spring and just show you how its held in place where the sensor has the T shape on it. while still having the clip pushed you have to pull above the T notches. hope that helps and i know what your going thru bro. my back was killing me and the clip made me walk away from it just to breathe a little
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great thread, I am tempted to try this myself, tho i have to dig into the CAS in Bank 2. Is it easier to get to than the bank 1 (if your remember).
Also, can you tell me which pic and where is the MAF sensor? Is it the thing you are holding on pic 2? the MAF sensor cleaner, can that be picked up at Autozone/Pep Boys/R&S Strauss type retail outlets?

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thank god, saved me 200 bucks
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thank god, saved me 200 bucks
Good. Then donate $20 to the site lol
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Good. Then donate $20 to the site lol
o yea thanks for reminding me, bout to do that right now,, hey is that group deal for the alein rotors still goin?
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Great post. Would appreciate better explanation of how to pull sensor out. I finally figured it out after conseptualizing it in me head. There is a little more then just push pull. Not complaining. Just giving other a heads up. Thanks again.
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Great post. Would appreciate better explanation of how to pull sensor out. I finally figured it out after conseptualizing it in me head. There is a little more then just push pull. Not complaining. Just giving other a heads up. Thanks again.
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i used duralast ones lmao works just the same as oem
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So essentially, the symptom of being stuck in 5th gear in the manual mode is because of this sensor going bad?

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Thanks for the write-up, work almost perfect. I had a nightmare of a time getting the first sensor out of the connector.

The stealership told my gf that the cam sensors were bad and the transmission was slipping and needed to be rebuilt... I was out of town and called BS on the tranny.

I got back and just replaced both sensors and she runs like a little beast again. Thanks for the tech info. Since the gf freaked and got a new/used ride, I get the Maxima cheap.
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$200?, im glad it did, out here in hawaii the dealer charged a buddy of mine $700 to get it repaired...lol i replaced the sensor on my own vehicle this week. this write-up was a life saver!
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this is a great post with pix and all- I have followed and replaced the sensor but it did not snap back in place into the connector- a little looser fit into connector- hence still the same problem. anyone else have this issue?
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Originally Posted by CXJ Performance View Post
didnt know where to post this and i havent seen a how to on this error so i figured i'd do a write up.

symtoms

1) car hesitates to start

2) car manual mode is stuck in 5th gear

3) car slams into R & D

4) car wont go over 2500rmp

5) Check Engine Light came on

6) error code P0340 was thrown

i went to start my car using the auto start and it stalled after what i thought was a Maf sensor i got the car checked and it threw code P0340 Camshaft Bank 1 Position Sensor Malfunction. below is my guide to the repair



DICONNECT BATTERY FIRST!!!

if your stock remove your filter intake portion first using a flat head screw driver

Click the image to open in full size.


disconnect your MAF sensor ( while your here this would be a good time to use MAF sensor cleaner like i did )

Click the image to open in full size.


using pliers remove the vaccum hose carefully and remove the rest of the intake box and set it aside

Click the image to open in full size.

Click the image to open in full size.



now move on the upper tube thats connected to the intake mainfold and using the flat head loosen that connection

Click the image to open in full size.

set aside that tubing as well

Click the image to open in full size.

now that you have room you be able to access the bank sensors better in this case were going for Bank 1 which is the green clip located closer to the firewall but just at the base of camshaft near ignition coil 1 as well ( Bank 2 is closer towards the front almost 6 inches from Bank 1 in the direction facing the car bumper still with the same green clip.

Click the image to open in full size.

Click the image to open in full size.

using a 10mm socket and extension remove the bolt holding the sensor in place

Click the image to open in full size.

theres also a small clip holding the sensor harness against a plate remove this clip so you can manage the sensor better

Click the image to open in full size.

now this is hardest part. the clip is a weird design intended to almost never let the sensor go. it involves you pushing up and then pulling down in order for you to release the sensor from the holder and its a pain in the ass to remove.



once you get the sensor off replace with part # 23731-6J90B which is bank 1.

Click the image to open in full size.


replace all parts in the order they were taken off and follow the thread for a ECU reset

How to Reset Your Check Engine Light Manually (CEL)

or go to auto zone and have the CEL cleared
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