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  1. Parker G36

    Parker G36 Junior Member

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    Hey guy,
    I have my 09' Cobalt SS TC. Just a upper IC and Cold air installed. Recently she has been giving me a headache. I ran a couple check engine codes and one of them ran back to the Cam position sensor, (I forget the code #'s) I ended up replacing the Crank position sensor, and Cam angle sensor. I also placed new oil and filter and did the intake and exhaust solenoid on the top of the motor. It went away for a day then came back with P0366. Stating Camshaft position sensor B circuit Range/Performance bank 1. Anyone got anything to help??

    On a separate note I have my turbo at random times making different noises. It will boost like normal at times and then randomly will make the sound of spooling but no power. I was going to do a turbo leak test and swap the knock sensor hoping it was something simple. Help here too would be appreciated. Thanks....
     
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    What codes are you seeing? Get them pulled again.
     
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    Parker G36 Junior Member

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    "YelloEye, post: 164680, member: 11"]What codes are you seeing? Get them pulled again.[/QUOTE]
    Currently just p0366.
     
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    Ah, I swear I can read lol

    You said you changed the crank position sensor and the cam position sensor. Which cam sensor did you replace? That code is for the exhaust one. I would also check your timing chain set, any noise coming from that area on cat warmup or anything?
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    The picture posted was changed, and the intake solenoid and exhaust solenoid on top of the valve cover. Is there another cam sensor i missed? I dont hear any unusual sounds from the chain.
     
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    There are intake and exhaust cam sensors. Both are at the end of the block next to cyl 4. The exhaust one is behind the motor and above the thermostat housing. If I had to guess I'd say it's right next to the lift point for the engine.
     
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    The picture was the intake one right? I will have to research the other exhaust cam sensor. Thank you. When looking this up do u have a part # thanks?
     
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    I replaced the exhaust cam sensor. But the problem is i think i put the intake cam sensor in the exhaust side. What is the part # for the exhaust one? Cant seem to find it online.
     
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    Actually I'm not sure. I can't seem to find it either.
     
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    Ever find anything out on this? I am also having the same issue on 2010 cobalt. I have also replaced the cam and crank position sensors with no luck. I didn't realize there are two cam sensors. Are they both the same part number possibly? Where is it located?
     

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