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would like to know the benefit of a continuous variable valve timing in a four cylinder with a dual overhead camshaft. this is an automatic vehicle that I wish to purchase. A 2007 Dodge Caliber.
1995 Altima won't start - Battery good, starter good. Changed spark plugs. Changed wires. Changed distributor cap & rotor. Performed spark test (spark looked weak, but is present at plugs & coil). Tested coil primary (1.4ohm) & secondary (13.43ohm) resistance. Tested power transistor resistance (had resistance where it should). Checked fuel pump fuse, good. ...
Hi there, You guys have been so helpful to me in the past, and I'm back with yet another car problem. I have a 1997 Mercedes C-280. About once a month for the past 4 or 5 months, my car has stopped no warning, either when I am sitting in traffic on the freeway, slowing down off an exit, or just sitting there when my car is idle. Usually, I have ...
2005 ford f350 automatic 5.4 liter. code p0022 intake camshaft position timing - over retarded (bank 2) . does this mean I just need to advance the timing? When truck gets hot there is a clattering noise. I have been told by a service advisor that it needs to be inspected for damage to the cam bearings and if so i will need new cylinder head(s). Please ...
Where is the camshaft position sensor (cmp) located? checked with car md. need to replace to get check engine light off before inspecttion. thanks mike
As I accelerate, my Ford F-350's engine is making a rubbing noise, could this be a camshaft issue?
I received a P000B code via a diagnostic test at the local Pepboys. Apparently, this is due to a fault/ and or dirty screens on the camshaft position solenoid valves which was released in the TSB PIP-4644 from Saturn to its service departments. Before turning a wrench, is this correct diagnosis on my part? Thanks! Mark

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