After replacing the Cam Postion Sensor, Crankshaft Position Sensor, Timing Belt and cleaning all grounds under battery tray I'm still receiving P0341 code. The car is running fine but it's not at full strength. Any suggestions?
Getting CPS P0341 code on Jetta 2.0 on 2000 Volkswagen Jetta
This week's top 10
Recent Volkswagen Jetta Questions
- My 2006 Volkswagen jetta dash board lights went out and it would not accelerate
- After installing aftermarket stereo car will crank but will not turn over.
- Trunk will not open with key or switch. can I open it from inside the trunk?
- Whats makes it not shift out of park
- EPC Light Comes on when Headlights turned on, break lights also stay on
2000 Volkswagen Jetta Estimates
- Air Conditioning Diagnosis ($88 - 111) in Shermans Dale, PA
- Oxygen Sensor Replacement ($186 - 336) in Pfafftown, NC
- 135,000 Mile Service ($42 - 105) in Wishek, ND
- Fuel Pump Replacement ($321 - 466) in Burnham, PA
- Window Switch Replacement ($130 - 154) in North Branford, CT
- Engine Mount Replacement ($388 - 582) in Cade, LA