1.8T CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR ERROR CODE. HELP!!!
So I have a 2001 VW Jetta 1.8t Wolfsburg. I just had my car in for a new timing belt, brand new valves, head machined, timing belt tensioner. Everything needed when a timing belt breaks and valves are bent. Now I'm getting a CEL that says the camshaft position sensor is not getting a plausible signal. The guys at the repair shop said the sensor is not getting enough voltage. The scanner did not show the sensor to be bad and they checked the timing belt to see if it was off and it wasn't. When I try to start my car with the engine code error, it turns over 2-3 times before it starts. When I clear the code and start my engine, it starts right up. I can't figure this out. PLEASE HELP! : Cry:
May 4, 2007.
May 4, 2007.
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