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#1 Old 11-29-2010, 04:01 PM
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Hey Guys and Gals,
So here's what's going on. About 2 months ago, my car stalled out at the front of a stop light and wouldn't start back. I was just siting there, idling and when it turned green I noticed it was off. Not fun. Anyways, I got a friend who works on cars a ton to look at it and we ended up replacing the ignition sensor and spark plugs/wires. It worked fine for about a week, but then it started doing it all over again. Sometimes, when I go to cold start it from being in like a store, it won't start at all. It will turn over, but not actually start. If I leave it for any random amount of time, it will start back up. One time I just waited like 5 minutes and it started up fine. Really inconsistent. Also, it has continued to stall when idling at random times since the problem started. Then, I realized after replacing the ignition sensor that my check engine light is on. Plugged it into a code reader and got "P0340- camshaft position sensor".

So, I have the problem figured out, I believe, but now I have to replace it. I don't know where it is located or how hard it is to change out. Any thoughts?

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Here's a picture of where it's located but as to difficulty, I can't say - I don't have my daughter's accent here to look at. Off-hand, I'd say if it's visible, it should be relatively easy to replace.
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Here's a picture of where it's located but as to difficulty, I can't say - I don't have my daughter's accent here to look at. Off-hand, I'd say if it's visible, it should be relatively easy to replace.
Hi everybody. I'm new here and look forward to getting to know everyone. I have a current problem that I have been unable to find the answer to. I need to know what the termnal callouts are for the camshaft position sensor on a 2003 accent. One is the power, another the ground and the third is the signal. If anyone can provide me with this information and include orientation of either looking onto the harness plug or looking into the sensor receptical. I would appreciate it very much. Have checked the Hyundai service site but was unable to determine if I was looking at the correct information.

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Hi everybody. I'm new here and look forward to getting to know everyone. I have a current problem that I have been unable to find the answer to. I need to know what the termnal callouts are for the camshaft position sensor on a 2003 accent. One is the power, another the ground and the third is the signal. If anyone can provide me with this information and include orientation of either looking onto the harness plug or looking into the sensor receptical. I would appreciate it very much. Have checked the Hyundai service site but was unable to determine if I was looking at the correct information.

Thanks
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Although this isn't quite what you asked for, it should help:

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Although this isn't quite what you asked for, it should help:

Thanks, this does give me a start. Wished I had an oscilloscope then I could make sure it was right. That is after I figured out how to hook it up. I'm concerned about damaging it if it is hooked up wrong. Also when I get my new stand alone computer (MegasquirtIII) wired up, I'm thinking that if it's wrong it could take me forever to figure it out as that. I'm intimadated by the whole process anyway.

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QUOTE (machineguy @ Dec 13 2010, 10:59 AM)
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Thanks, this does give me a start. Wished I had an oscilloscope then I could make sure it was right. That is after I figured out how to hook it up. I'm concerned about damaging it if it is hooked up wrong. Also when I get my new stand alone computer (MegasquirtIII) wired up, I'm thinking that if it's wrong it could take me forever to figure it out as that. I'm intimadated by the whole process anyway.

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I think you're making a mountain out of a mole-hill, parts replacement shouldn't need anything like an oscilloscope. Changing a cam position sensor (and most of all the others where positioning means something) should be a simple, logical process, and unless you use something untoward like a hammer, you shouldn't be afraid of damaging a sensor through normal handling & "wrenching" (there are very few that you could consider "delicate"). If you're looking at testing a sensor, most of the sensors I've seen have simple tests developed for them that you can do with a multi-meter - a computer in the test loop is useful, but in my opinion, only after you have fully understood how that sensor works & how it inter-relates with the entire engine as a system, otherwise that computer can paint an overly complicated picture, making the whole engine control process incomprehensible.
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I just replaced my Camshaft sensor in my 2005 Accent for OBD code P0340...hopefully the attached image will help...
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