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Japanese Honda Camshaft

Japanese Honda Camshaft

Symptoms Of A Failing Camshaft Position Sensor

Usually, there are a few warning signs that you may experience when the camshaft position sensor is failing. Keep an eye out for these common symptoms:

  • Poor Fuel Economy: A failing camshaft position sensor will provide inaccurate data to the engine control module. With the wrong information, your engine will not be able to run as efficiently as it should causing it to consume more fuel.
  • Stalling: When the fuel injectors are not delivering the proper amount of fuel, the engine could experience stalling.
  • Engine Idles Roughly: A rough idling engine could be caused by a failing camshaft position sensor. This issue is more evident when the engine is idling.
  • Hesitation: Hesitation during acceleration is a common issue that you may experience with a bad camshaft sensor.
  • Failed Emissions Test: When the engine is not performing properly, it will not be able to burn fuel efficiently. This can lead to increased emissions.
  • Smell of GasUnburned fuel can make its way out of your tailpipe which can produce a noticeable smell of gas.
  • Car Will Not Start: Over time, as the camshaft position sensor fails, the signal it sends to the engine control module weakens. When the engine no longer receives the signal, you will not be able to start your car.
  • Engine Misfires: A failing camshaft position sensor can cause your engine to misfire.
  • Transmission Shifting Problems: The data sent to the engine control module can stop the transmission from shifting properly. In some vehicles, there is a security feature that puts the car in “limp mode.” This helps to prevent major engine damage.
  • Check Engine Light is Illuminated: When your vehicle is experiencing a problem, it will trigger the check engine light. The light can be triggered by a number of different reasons. If your warning light is lit on your dashboard, have your mechanic run a diagnostic scan as soon as possible to determine the exact problem. If the light is flashing, stop as soon as it is safe and turn your car off. Call for a tow. Do not continue driving your vehicle.

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Symptoms Of A Failing Camshaft Position Sensor

Usually, there are a few warning signs that you may experience when the camshaft position sensor is failing. Keep an eye out for these common symptoms:

  • Poor Fuel Economy: A failing camshaft position sensor will provide inaccurate data to the engine control module. With the wrong information, your engine will not be able to run as efficiently as it should causing it to consume more fuel.
  • Stalling: When the fuel injectors are not delivering the proper amount of fuel, the engine could experience stalling.
  • Engine Idles Roughly: A rough idling engine could be caused by a failing camshaft position sensor. This issue is more evident when the engine is idling.
  • Hesitation: Hesitation during acceleration is a common issue that you may experience with a bad camshaft sensor.
  • Failed Emissions Test: When the engine is not performing properly, it will not be able to burn fuel efficiently. This can lead to increased emissions.
  • Smell of GasUnburned fuel can make its way out of your tailpipe which can produce a noticeable smell of gas.
  • Car Will Not Start: Over time, as the camshaft position sensor fails, the signal it sends to the engine control module weakens. When the engine no longer receives the signal, you will not be able to start your car.
  • Engine Misfires: A failing camshaft position sensor can cause your engine to misfire.
  • Transmission Shifting Problems: The data sent to the engine control module can stop the transmission from shifting properly. In some vehicles, there is a security feature that puts the car in “limp mode.” This helps to prevent major engine damage.
  • Check Engine Light is Illuminated: When your vehicle is experiencing a problem, it will trigger the check engine light. The light can be triggered by a number of different reasons. If your warning light is lit on your dashboard, have your mechanic run a diagnostic scan as soon as possible to determine the exact problem. If the light is flashing, stop as soon as it is safe and turn your car off. Call for a tow. Do not continue driving your vehicle.

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