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OBD II Code P0340 Camshaft Position Sensor A Circuit (Bank 1 or Single Sensor)
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OBD II Code P0340 Camshaft Position Sensor A Circuit (Bank 1 or Single Sensor)
Has anyone had the OBD-II Trouble Code: P0340 Camshaft Position Sensor A Circuit (Bank 1 or Single Sensor) on their 2004 Nissan Quest? If so, what did you do? How much did it cost for repairs? And is it possible that I can fimmsanotherstage2019.com it myself? And where is it located? I notice that the Check Engine, Slip, and Traction lights are on all at once and the van stalls and runs rough. There is another website called QUESTdriver and seen some forums mentioned about a ECM malfunction due to premature corrosion.
The price of the sensor is around $75. You may be able to get a better price for an aftermarket sensor.The sensor is located top/left side of the engine. Removing the air filter duct helps you access and locate the sensor. Once you locate and access the sensor, remove the 10 mm bolt holding the sensor and change the sensor.
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Is that picture of the camshaft position sensor or the variable timing sensor? I have a 0340 code and a non-starting 03 pathfinder, trying to find the camshaft sensor.

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Hey GrossGary!!Sorry I didn"t get back to you on time, been busy and all. Yes, that is the picture for the camshaft postition sensor. I don"t know if your 03 Pathfinder is the same engine as my 04 Quest (3.5L V-6). I suggest that you replace Cam Position Sensor 1, Cam Position Sensor 2, and the Crank Position Sensor as well. If one goes out, the others will go out within days. The only difference from the actual picture is that both (Cam 1 and 2) were on the right hand side of the engine (as if you were looking down on engine with your knees touching the front bumber) -vs- left and right of engine. One was in the middle/right and the other was closer to the back/right by firewall with a pea green (light green) color clamp. The Crank Position is located at bottom front under the front engine by the engine/car frame. All three are easy to get at and my van runs so much better.I got all of my 3 sensors at www.rockauto.com for about $40 on Cam 1, $42 for Cam 2, and Crank sensor for $44. It was cheaper than going to Nissan ($112 per pc) and other auto parts stores ($70).Good Luck on that project...oh and if you come back with a p0011 and p0041 (which means the Cams are advanced), put Seafoam or some oil engine cleaner treatment in the oil gasket to clean out the bad oil (sludge) that is on your varable valve timing. Give it a couple oil changes and then disconnect the ground battery for about 30 min so it can clear the "Check Engine" light.