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Old 11-08-2012, 05:49 PM
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I have a 2002 vw jetta with the 2.0 motor. I just got done changing the head gasket and now the PCM light is on. I used a code reader to find the problem and I came up with p0321-crankshaft/engine speed sensor and p0343-camshaft position sensor A bank or single sensor. I have no idea where to go from here. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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test the sensor, replace if bad. theres a diy somewhere on here butits not hard the parts like 65$ i think?
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Thanks I'll start lookin for the diy
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heres a DIY but theres no pics sorry
VWVortex.com - DIY: Crank position sensor - 2.0L
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Thanks I was lookin for it but couldn't find it
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I checked the sensors out and they were good checked the timing and the camshaft sprocket seemed off so I adjusted that and got it back together and it's still off by 1 tooth. Will that cause p0303 code (cylinder 3 misfire) to come up? If not what else would cause it? I already misted the ign. coil and wires to look for spark and there was none.
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Come on guys nobody has any suggestion's on what to do next?
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When you adjusted the camshaft sprocket did the codes go away and the misfire code come up? If its still off you should probably just make it completely correct instead of off by 1.
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Yep that's exactly what happened. I was kinda thinking that too just wanted another opinion on it. Thanks I'll let u guys know how it goes.
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