I am not a mechanic, but my neighbor used to be and he carefully guided me through replacing my Crankshaft Position Sensor, Camshaft Position Sensor, and several spark plugs. It is also worth noting that I do not see any tachometer movement during start up. It is in such a ridiculous place. Other manufacturers sometimes use an alternating pattern in the V-engines. It is worth noting however that I am in Portland Oregon and it is raining non-stop this time of the year. I replaced the sensor again to no avail.
After about 15 minutes of sitting, I was able to get the car started and driving again. Turbo spools up to whatever I want and I've never had it stall or bog or even get close. This YouTube video shows exactly how to test the wiring integrity. I have to bring it it for servicing tomorrow anyway for a completely unrelated issue, and just towed it over to the dealer. The car can sometimes run for 50+miles with no issues - then stalls with codes P0335 and P1372. Less Likely Reasons Most of the time, the reasons outlined above are going to be the problem.
But the only way to find out is to check the cooling system, compression, and crank sensor. This code is basically identical to P0385. There was a pending coding P0321. Simplement, l'énorme danger que ton moteur se coupe lors d'un dépassement par ex. Bad Crank Sensor The crankshaft sensor is often the reason that P0335 is thrown.
When I tried restarting the car, the engine wouldn't fire. The sensor system consists of a rotating part, typically a disc, as well as a static part, the actual sensor. Excellent at high speeds I don't think the car is misfiring. Jean Anouilh Reky Pilier du forum Offline Joined: 20 Sep 2010 Posts: 337 Posted: Mon 28 Dec 2015 - 13:58 Post subject: Capteur de position de vilebrequin? Hermine Administrateur Offline Joined: 18 Sep 2009 Posts: 13,257 Posted: Sat 9 Jan 2016 - 17:24 Post subject: Capteur de position de vilebrequin? Reky Pilier du forum Offline Joined: 20 Sep 2010 Posts: 337 Posted: Fri 8 Jan 2016 - 13:43 Post subject: Capteur de position de vilebrequin? I replaced the fuel filter because it has been 50k miles. The fuel injectors look new and one coil pack looks like it's a replacement.
On the other hand, all the performance symptoms as well as the misfire code can be caused by a faulty crank sensor. This is definitely not the place to start, but is worth looking at if nothing else seems to be wrong. P1159 here are some details. Any attempt to do otherwise will result is sputtering, bucking and other unhealthy behaviors until the throttle is closed. No hiccuping, rough running or anything, it just plain stalled and shut off. Also new to the site and diesels. Driving on the freeway when it lost power.
The problem is I can't get the wires off the old one. Recently had the turbo rebuilt and all the surrounding gaskets changed as well as boots. Posted on Nov 21, 2009 is it a no crank or crank no start? It immediately dies after the second and then I can not get it to start up again unless I charge the battery for a bit or hook it up to another car and even then its only that initial second of start up. Bonne journée et bien le bonjour chez toi J'aurai beau tricher et fermer les yeux de toutes mes forces, il y aura toujours un chien perdu quelque part qui m'empêchera d'être heureuse. I picked up the truck and I have to get the smog done soon.
One of the most common symptoms of a bad reluctor ring is going to be a rattling sound. The vehicle service manual should be consulted for more information on possible causes of the fault, along with required testing. Again, after ~15 min, it started. I also was going to eventually make a post of this, the car been making clicking or rattling noise at times, off and on mainly when the car been warmed up and at idle more noticeably heard , hear the noise better from inside the car, forgot what side of the engine where the noise is coming from. Waited ~15 min, it started back up with the check engine light back on. I remembered that I forgot to disconnect the battery when I removed the alternator and it got zapped a couple of times. Also,once I try starting or turn key on,I hear a buzzing coming from throttle body area for about 10 seconds even after key is off.
About a week ago, the P0335 code came back with associated symptoms; however, this time it would not go away. The Hyundai Santa Fe utilizes a crankshaft position sensor in order to regulate the engine timing. Conclusion Good luck determining what is causing P0335 in your Santa Fe. Mis à part un démarrage difficile, quels sont les symptômes qui permettent de voir qu'elles commencent à fatiguer? When the engine is running, the high and low parts of the teeth cause the gap with the sensor to change. Each night the car would start fine but if I turned it off it would not start until many tries if at all. If you do not, then, obtain a resistance reading of your crank sensor from a repair manual. I have a 2003 Santa Fe with 108k miles on it that seems to have an attitude problem.
After that it would be prudent to look at the wiring harness plug at the sensor itself. Selon lui, les capteurs sont souvent défaillants arrivé ce kilométrage, comme tu le disais également, par contre pour le capteur du boitier papillon, pour lui c'est beaucoup plus rare. The back hatchdoor latch issue was quoted to me but we didn't fix it. The battery was fine, and I had a half tank of gas. Start by inspecting the wiring harness between the firewall and crank sensor for any obvious damage. Conclusion Good luck determining what is causing P0335 in your i40. I drove it around the neighborhood today and it stalled and wouldn't restart.