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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-09-09, 01:49 PM Thread Starter
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code P0340 camshaft position sensor circuit malfunciton

hi can anyone help me find where the camshaft position sensor is located for my 94 mustang. oh and also where the crankshaft postion sensor and where the pcm is located too? any links of pictures would be great.

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Re: code P0340 camshaft position sensor circuit malfunciton

cam sensor is on top of the engine on one of the cams ,look for wires going to cam
crank sensor is behind front pulley on crankshaft pcm may be behind pass kick panel,plastic cover down were pass feet would be in front, or maybee under pass seat
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Re: code P0340 camshaft position sensor circuit malfunciton

Just thought I'd bring this back up to clarify something. Since this is for a '94, the cam position sensor is in the hole previously occupied by the distributor (on a 3.8 V6 at least), under the coil pack, and looks like a distributor's lower housing with the top cut off and a round plastic cap bolted on top.
Typically, for the P0340 code, you don't have to replace the entire assembly and can just buy the electronics (round plastic thingy), swap it out, plug it in and away you go.
Done it twice now on the '95 already.
You don't have to remove the coil mounting bracket, but it's much easier if you pull the coil pack off and lay it aside while you work on things.

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