I have a 1996 Dodge Neon. My scantool gives the error "P0340 - Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Bank 1 Sensor 1".
The car DOES NOT START. It has NO SPARK at all. I have replaced the Camshaft Position Sensor, Crankshaft Position Sensor, PCM (New and Programmed), CAM Trigger Magnet, Spark Plugs, and Coil. I had to rewire the plugs for everything, and I am not sure if this is my problem. The old plugs were round and the new plugs were square, so they had to be replaced. I have 8 volts in the center wire on the Camshaft
Position Sensor, 5 volts on the far right wire (Green?) And the coil center wire lights up on my test light when I turn the key on and off.
The car just turns over and never sparks or fires. I put a tester on the spark plug wire and it didn't light up. I have switched the working horn relay with the ignition relay and the relays work fine. I have erased the code several times from the PCM and I have removed the PCM wires while the car ignition was on and waited a couple minuets then plugged them back in with the ignition on, as a mechanic told me to do. - Still same thing, over and over, same error code.
I can not do a "Live Feed" test, because the car WILL NOT START.
have the same problem?
Friday, August 14th, 2015 AT 10:25 AM