Mechanics

BROKEN INTAKE CAMSHAFT POSTION ACTUATOR

2004 Jaguar XJ12

Engine Mechanical problem
2004 Jaguar XJ12 All Wheel Drive

What are the steps to replace a intake camshaft position actualtor/ sensor?
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Trishasa
May 2, 2010.




Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor LH (18.31.12)
Removal
Vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger
Remove the oil filler cap.
Fig. 8: Removing Oil Filler Cap
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Remove the engine cover.
Fig. 9: Removing Engine Cover
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Vehicles with supercharger
Remove the engine cover.
Fig. 10: Removing Engine Cover
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All vehicles
Remove the cowl vent screen. FRONT END BODY PANELS (2003.5-09)
NOTE: Vehicles with supercharger shown, vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger similar.

NOTE: Left-hand shown, right-hand similar.

Fig. 11: Removing Engine Compartment Supports
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Remove the engine compartment supports.
Vehicles with supercharger
Loosen the throttle body intake pipe retaining clip.
Fig. 12: Loosening Throttle Body Intake Pipe Retaining Clip
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Detach the air filter outlet pipe
Fig. 13: Detaching Air Filter Outlet Pipe
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Remove the throttle body intake pipe.
Detach the throttle body intake pipe.
Remove the throttle body intake pipe.
Fig. 14: Removing Throttle Body Intake Pipe
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All vehicles
NOTE: Right-hand drive vehicles shown, left-hand drive vehicles similar.

Fig. 15: Removing Engine Compartment Outer Panel Insulation
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Remove the engine compartment outer panel insulation.
Right-hand drive vehicles
Remove the engine compartment outer panel.
Fig. 16: Removing Engine Compartment Outer Panel
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Left-hand drive vehicles
Remove the engine compartment outer access panel.
Fig. 17: Removing Engine Compartment Outer Access Panel
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All vehicles
NOTE: Right-hand drive vehicles shown, left-hand drive vehicles similar.

Remove the cabin air filter.
Detach the cabin air filter.
Remove the cabin air filter.
Fig. 18: Removing Cabin Air Filter
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NOTE: Right-hand drive vehicles shown, left-hand drive vehicles similar.

Remove the cabin filter housing.
Remove the cabin filter housing retaining nuts.
Remove the cabin filter housing.
Fig. 19: Removing Cabin Filter Housing
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NOTE: Right-hand drive vehicles shown, left-hand drive vehicles similar.

Detach the engine compartment outer panel.
Remove the engine compartment outer panel retaining bolt.
Detach the engine compartment outer panel.
Fig. 20: Detaching Engine Compartment Outer Panel
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Remove the engine compartment outer panel.
Detach the hood release cable.
Fig. 21: Removing Engine Compartment Outer Panel
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Remove the engine compartment supports spacing plate.
Fig. 22: Removing Engine Compartment Supports Spacing Plate
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NOTE: Vehicles with supercharger shown, vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger similar.

Fig. 23: Detaching Engine Compartment Inner Panel Insulation
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Detach the engine compartment inner panel insulation.
NOTE: Vehicles with supercharger shown, vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger similar.

NOTE: Right-hand drive vehicles shown, left-hand drive vehicles similar.

Fig. 24: Removing Left-Hand Engine Compartment Inner Panel
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Remove the left-hand engine compartment inner panel.
NOTE: Vehicles with supercharger shown, vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger similar.

NOTE: Left-hand drive vehicles shown, right-hand drive vehicles similar.

Fig. 25: Removing Right-Hand Engine Compartment Inner Panel
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Remove the right-hand engine compartment inner panel.
Detach the camshaft position (CMP) sensor electrical connector.
Fig. 26: Detaching Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor Electrical Connector
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Disconnect the CMP sensor electrical connector.
Fig. 27: Disconnecting CMP Sensor Electrical Connector
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Remove the CMP sensor.
Fig. 28: Removing CMP Sensor
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Installation
To install, reverse the removal procedure,
Tighten to 7 N.M.
Fig. 29: Tightening Bolts With Torque Specification
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NOTE: Vehicles with supercharger shown, vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger similar.

NOTE: Left-hand shown, right-hand similar.

Fig. 30: Tightening Bolts With Torque Specification
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Tighten to 25 N.M.
Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor RH (18.31.11)
Removal
Vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger
Remove the oil filler cap.
Fig. 31: Removing Oil Filler Cap
Courtesy of JAGUAR CARS, INC.
Remove the engine cover.
Fig. 32: Removing Engine Cover
Courtesy of JAGUAR CARS, INC.
Vehicles with supercharger
Remove the engine cover.
Fig. 33: Removing Engine Cover
Courtesy of JAGUAR CARS, INC.
All vehicles
Remove the cowl vent screen. FRONT END BODY PANELS (2003.5-09)
NOTE: Vehicles with supercharger shown, vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger similar.

NOTE: Left-hand shown, right-hand similar.

Fig. 34: Removing Engine Compartment Supports
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Remove the engine compartment supports.
Vehicles with supercharger
Loosen the throttle body intake pipe retaining clip.
Fig. 35: Loosening Throttle Body Intake Pipe Retaining Clip
Courtesy of JAGUAR CARS, INC.
Detach the air filter outlet pipe
Fig. 36: Detaching Air Filter Outlet Pipe
Courtesy of JAGUAR CARS, INC.
Remove the throttle body intake pipe.
Detach the throttle body intake pipe.
Remove the throttle body intake pipe.
Fig. 37: Removing Throttle Body Intake Pipe
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All vehicles
NOTE: Right-hand drive vehicles shown, left-hand drive vehicles similar.

Fig. 38: Removing Engine Compartment Outer Panel Insulation
Courtesy of JAGUAR CARS, INC.
Remove the engine compartment outer panel insulation.
Right-hand drive vehicles
Remove the engine compartment outer panel.
Fig. 39: Removing Engine Compartment Outer Panel
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Left-hand drive vehicles
Remove the engine compartment outer access panel.
Fig. 40: Removing Engine Compartment Outer Access Panel
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All vehicles
NOTE: Right-hand drive vehicles shown, left-hand drive vehicles similar.

Remove the cabin air filter.
Detach the cabin air filter.
Remove the cabin air filter.
Fig. 41: Removing Cabin Air Filter
Courtesy of JAGUAR CARS, INC.
NOTE: Right-hand drive vehicles shown, left-hand drive vehicles similar.

Remove the cabin filter housing.
Remove the cabin filter housing retaining nuts.
Remove the cabin filter housing.
Fig. 42: Removing Cabin Filter Housing
Courtesy of JAGUAR CARS, INC.
NOTE: Right-hand drive vehicles shown, left-hand drive vehicles similar.

Detach the engine compartment outer panel.
Remove the engine compartment outer panel retaining bolt.
Detach the engine compartment outer panel.
Fig. 43: Detaching Engine Compartment Outer Panel
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Remove the engine compartment outer panel.
Detach the hood release cable.
Fig. 44: Detaching Hood Release Cable
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Remove the engine compartment support spacing plate.
Fig. 45: Removing Engine Compartment Support Spacing Plate
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NOTE: Vehicles with supercharger shown, vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger similar.

Fig. 46: Detaching Engine Compartment Inner Panel Insulation
Courtesy of JAGUAR CARS, INC.
Detach the engine compartment inner panel insulation.
NOTE: Vehicles with supercharger shown, vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger similar.

NOTE: Right-hand drive vehicles shown, left-hand drive vehicles similar.

Fig. 47: Removing Left-Hand Engine Compartment Inner Panel
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Remove the left-hand engine compartment inner panel.
NOTE: Vehicles with supercharger shown, vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger similar.

NOTE: Left-hand drive vehicles shown, right-hand drive vehicles similar.

Fig. 48: Removing Right-Hand Engine Compartment Inner Panel
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Remove the right-hand engine compartment inner panel.
Detach the camshaft position (CMP) sensor electrical connector.
Fig. 49: Detaching Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor Electrical Connector
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Disconnect the CMP sensor electrical connector.
Fig. 50: Disconnecting CMP Sensor Electrical Connector
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Remove the CMP sensor.
Fig. 51: Removing CMP Sensor
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Installation
To install, reverse the removal procedure,
Tighten to 7 N.M.
Fig. 52: Tightening Bolts With Torque Specification
Courtesy of JAGUAR CARS, INC.
NOTE: Vehicles with supercharger shown, vehicles with 3.5L or 4.2L engine without supercharger similar.

NOTE: Left-hand shown, right-hand similar.

Fig. 53: Tightening Bolts With Torque Specification
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Tighten to 25 N.M.

Dave H
May 9, 2010.


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