Was driving along around 30mph and the oil pressure light came on, followed by the engine management light. Was unable to stop so drove for about 4 miles home.
Oil was at the right level so to be safe I did an engine flush, changed the filter and oil. The oil pressure is back to normal and working fine.
Did the diagnostic And got error code P1345 which I researched and got the reason as Toyota - VVT Sensor Circuit Malfunction Bank 1
The engine is running smooth and sounds normal. Although there is a sound coming from the crank serving the serpentine belt, it has a squeaky scratchy sound which is still there at higher revs.
What would have caused the error code to signal?
Is there likely to be a fault. With the crank or could it just be the rubber seal?
Thanks in advance
have the same problem?
Friday, February 27th, 2015 AT 2:16 PM