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My engine light came on and i got the code P0010 - Intake camshaft position actuator circuit/ open bank 1

my cars gas milege has decreased. ITS BAD
the car has a hard time accelerating and it surges on its own. i notice that the rpm goes up alot without me pressing the gas. When i am stopped at a light my car jerks. the car runs super rough and sounds rough as well.

Has anyone had this happen to them? and how did you fix it?
 

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HELP!!!
My engine light came on and i got the code P0010 - Intake camshaft position actuator circuit/ open bank 1

my cars gas milege has decreased. ITS BAD
the car has a hard time accelerating and it surges on its own. i notice that the rpm goes up alot without me pressing the gas. When i am stopped at a light my car jerks. the car runs super rough and sounds rough as well.

Has anyone had this happen to them? and how did you fix it?
Did you check to see if there is any engine sludge present? If there is, you must clean it, clear the code, and rescan to see if it is still present.

I got code P0010 and its the camshaft and crankshaft sensor that needs to be replace including the wirings. Luckily I bought the parts at reasonable price on this website https://www.autopartsway.com
 

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I just had same exact problem. P0010. I replaced the intake camshaft positioner sensor, $34 part. Cleared Code and it is coming back in again, changing sensor did not fix the problem. Once in awhile while driving I would get 2 P0010 codes for bank 1, and the P0011 code also, but the P0011 code only comes in once in great while. Trying to figure out next step to troubleshooting this issue. Do I need to next change the oil actuator solenoid, think they call this CVVT or something like that? or Clean it out? The intake sensor was extremely tough to get to , they leave almost no clearance after all things removed to get wrench to reach the single 10mm bolt which holds sensor in place. The intake sensor had fair amount of oil built up on body, I was unable to reach into fully clean out the sensor port. In researching problem I saw article on 2015 Sonata having similar issue and the person had to use special built tool for a TSB that pushed a seal into place on left side of the cam, under the cover at end of camshaft sensor cover. Mine is 2016 Hyundai sport 2.4 L with 115,000 miles. For record to replace the intake position sensor required removal of air intake scoop(3 phillips screws), Air filter intake hose assembly and connectors, an emission sensor and valve with mounting plate;mounting plate had 12mm bolt requiring removal, and two sets of tubing and hose clamps for tubing connected to emission valve in general location just right of intake sensor, took about 20 minutes to remove everything, but reaching intake sensor was bugger with my large hands, bolt is tough to get at.

So I am left with P0010 still coming in even after changing intake camshaft position sensor. Thinking through next step of action, and thinking perhaps the oil solenoid valve needs cleaning or replacement, CVVT. Thoughts?
 

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HELP!!!
My engine light came on and i got the code P0010 - Intake camshaft position actuator circuit/ open bank 1

my cars gas milege has decreased. ITS BAD
the car has a hard time accelerating and it surges on its own. i notice that the rpm goes up alot without me pressing the gas. When i am stopped at a light my car jerks. the car runs super rough and sounds rough as well.

Has anyone had this happen to them? and how did you fix it?
I'm having the exact symptoms that you're describing, I have an appointment tomorrow at the dealer.
 

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Interesting, I have this issue on a 2017 Sonata but it's not under the recall.
I don't know how they picked the years but some of the 2017's were on it, there was a second wave in 2019 of same issues. Funny thing is They don't replace it until their new knock sensor goes off from the new flash for the compluter.
4 month lead time on engines too so pray you don't have an affected year
 

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I'm having the exact symptoms that you're describing, I have an appointment tomorrow at the dealer.
So I just left the dealer, The problem was the CVVT plug was leaking oil, They replaced it under the warranty, total wait time 2 1/2 hours.
Here are the part numbers.
24360-2GGD0 Cover
24352-2GGB0 Plug
24351-2GGA1 Plug
Will see how it holds up.
 

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Update. Repaired myself, used top engine lift to hold engine up, removed stuff in way left side of engine coolant overflow. Removed left side engine mount out of way so I could get at the bolts to do this job. Than installed new cover and a new plug part on end of the camshaft, Cover for camshaft was replaced also. Basically, internal plug had pushed away allowing oil to get into where sensor on cover is located. Fixing myself took 40 minutes and about $100 or less in OEM parts. New OEM Parts I guess were redesigned a bit. Going to guess this issue will rear itself most often winter months with thicker oil due to cold weather. The updated parts were easy to install but quite a few bolts to reinstall and best to have over engine support bar when doing this work. I purchased the engine support bar since I did not have one, just one extra tool added to collection. 40 minutes start to finish to do this job right. For reference mine was a 2016 Sport. Too many miles to cover under warranty I am over 100k.
 
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