po341 on 2000 Volkswagen Jetta

ihave changed cam sensor but still have code

by in New Durham, NH on March 05, 2010
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ANSWER by on March 06, 2010
Camshaft Position Sensor, Checking NoteUse only gold-plated terminals when servicing terminals in harness connector of Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor -G40-. Special tools and workshop equipment required t Multimeter. t Wiring diagram. Test requirements l The Motronic Engine Control Module (ECM) - J220- fuses OK. l All electrical consumers such as, lights and rear window defroster, switched off. l Vehicles with automatic transmission, shift selector lever into position “P” or “N”. l A/C switched off. l Ground (GND) connections between engine/transmission/chassis OK. l Ignition switched off. Test procedure – Perform a preliminary check to verify the customers complaint. Refer to → Chapter. Start diagnosis – Remove the engine cover with air filter. – Disconnect the Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor -G40- electrical harness connector -arrow-. – Switch the ignition on. – Using a Multimeter, Check the Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor -G40- electrical harness connector terminals 1 to 3 for voltage. Specified value: about 5.0 V – Switch the ignition off. If the specification was not obtained: Checking wiring If the manufacturers test box is being used. Perform the following step. – Install the Adapter Cable (121-pin) -VAG1598/31- → Engine Mechanical, Fuel Injection and Ignition; Rep. Gr.24; Removal and Installation. If the manufacturers test box is not being used. Perform the following step. – Remove the Motronic Engine Control Module (ECM) -J220-. Refer to → Chapter. – Using a Multimeter, Check the Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor -G40- electrical harness connector to the Motronic Engine Control Module (ECM) -J220- electrical harness connector T121 for resistance. Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor -G40- electrical harness connector terminals Motronic Engine Control Module (ECM) -J220- electrical harness connector T121 terminals or test box sockets 1 98 2 86 3 108 Specified value: 1.5 Ω Max. If the specified value was not obtained: – Check the wiring connection for an open circuit, short circuit to Battery (+) or Ground (GND). – Check the wiring connection for damage, corrosion, loose or broken terminals. – If necessary, repair the faulty wiring connection. If no malfunction is found in the wiring and voltage supply was OK: – Replace the Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor -G40-. – Erase the DTC memory. Refer to → Chapter. – Perform a road test to verify repair. If the DTC does not return: Repair complete, Generate readiness code. Refer to → Chapter. – End of diagnosis. If the DTC does return and no malfunction is detected in the wiring and the voltage supply was not OK: – Replace the Motronic Engine Control Module (ECM) -J220-. Refer to → Chapter. – Assembly is performed in the reverse of the removal. Final procedures After the repair work, the following work steps must be performed in the following sequence: 1 - Check the DTC memory → Chapter. 2 - If necessary, erase the DTC memory → Chapter. 3 - If the DTC memory was erased, generate readiness code → Chapter.
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ANSWER by on January 09, 2012
i have changed cam sensor & code still there
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