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sc00ter18

P0343 , P0650 , P1128 , P1130.

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I looked at the DIY for the information on these but im more interested in the solutions.

and if they are a DIY.....

P0343 , P0650 , P1128 , P1130

thank you.

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I looked at the DIY for the information on these but im more interested in the solutions.

and if they are a DIY.....

P0343 , P0650 , P1128 , P1130

thank you.

Had codes P1128 & P1130. Removed the MAF & cleaned it. Codes havent come back yet.

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so i reset the codes and took it for a drive.

five min later the CEL came on again, reading only P0343.

Where should i begin?

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P0343 Camshaft Position Sensor 1 – Above Limit

Check the wiring to the cam sensor (1) and then test the sensor.

Check signal wire from DME control module, pin III/20, to CMP sensor for short circuit to B+ (+12 volts).

Either repair the wiring or replace the sensor.

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is it true i have to remove the AOS to reach the sensor?? is there a easier way to get there??? i have a lift available if it makes it any easier.

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is it true i have to remove the AOS to reach the sensor?? is there a easier way to get there??? i have a lift available if it makes it any easier.

You should get the workshop and OBDII manuals.

here is excerpt for education purposes. for P0343

p0341.pdf

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is it true i have to remove the AOS to reach the sensor?? is there a easier way to get there??? i have a lift available if it makes it any easier.

You should get the workshop and OBDII manuals.

here is excerpt for education purposes. for P0343

This is very helpful.

Thank you very much.

I just need to know where the sensor is located :)

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