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Could anybody help me with a wiring diagram from the engine ? I have trouble finding the solution . I already changed the sensor and coilpacks on bank 2.

I also measure 12v on the connector . Should this not be 5v. I just bought the car it didn't run the last 6 years . I drove about 300 km without problems . It al starts after a cold start . Sorry for my English I live in Belgium . 

 

Greetings 

 

Bart 

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I do not think a wiring diagram will help you. You need to trace the wires back and eliminate the caue(s).

 

P0349 Camshaft sensor, open circuit

 

Possible fault causes:
- Signal line open circuit
- Hall sensor faulty
- Rotor hall sender (sensor wheel on camshaft) faulty

 

 

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On 31-10-2016 at 6:44 PM, Loren said:

I do not think a wiring diagram will help you. You need to trace the wires back and eliminate the caue(s).

 

P0349 Camshaft sensor, open circuit

 

Possible fault causes:
- Signal line open circuit
- Hall sensor faulty
- Rotor hall sender (sensor wheel on camshaft) faulty

 

 

Dear sir 

 

I have looked at a wiring diagram from a 7.8 injection system . I see on the diagram a common 5v for the camshaft sensors and the differential sensor is this correct ? Is there any knowledge about wiring loom issues ? 

 

Greetings 

 

Bart 

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