P0340 Error? Car won't start? Here's a Quick Fix! For Camshaft sensor. | More info
The camshaft sensor on this car degraded with time (15 years old) and temperature (it stopped working hot). The car was stranded but after diagnosing the fault I was able to start the car and get it home by using this simple trick. See the video.
Ultimately a new camshaft sensor was fitted, but maybe this might help someone get their car home.
This car was am MG ZS 180 from 2001, but I suspect this fault could come up on many cars since most modern engines will have a camshaft sensor.
Here is where you find the obd2 scanner cheap:
On Amazon uk::
On Amazon USA:
See this video for reading the error code from the obd2 port. There's a cheap way!
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