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      11-25-2010, 03:43 PM   #1
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Camshaft position sensor: missing tooth code

Started car after not driving it for a few days and it was running really rough / misfiring / various warning lights lit up. Turned the car on and off a few times, sometimes it was limp mode sometimes it was how I just described.

I had issues with my intake manifold motor before and had nearly identical symptoms, so I figured it was the same thing or bad plugs and wasn't really that concerned.

But, I scanned for faults and got a camshaft position sensor: missing tooth code. Cleared it, restarted car and no codes came back. Car runs fine now. I searched to see if I anyone else got this code and couldn't find any posts with that code, but I'm wondering if I might have loose camshaft bolts. I listened for rattles while my brother revved it, but I couldn't hear anything.

Any thoughts? Thanks.
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