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Old 12-29-2012, 08:00 PM
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bad cam sesnor?

So today drove 400+ miles. Truck had a ruff idle on the last part of the trip (lucky me I was almost home) but drove fine. The idle was normal and went to a high idle in like a lope. Well, drove on back to the house and before I got home the truck just died. Would crank and crank but not even a hit. Plenty of fuel. Pulled out the edge and seen codes P1316 (think this might have been on there before) and P0340.

Gonna go look at it tomorrow, wondering if I could get some hints on things to look at. My dads got another parts motor so i SHOULD have an extra cps if i need it. much thanks
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Old 12-29-2012, 08:22 PM
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After doing some looking I wanna think that the P1316 is maybe the connector to the glowplugs and injectors being loose. Some times its a paint to start
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Old 12-30-2012, 05:55 AM
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Couple things before I go look at it. The tach moves when cranking, but oil pressure does not.
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The 340 is a CPS code, they're so prone to failure it would be the first thing I would try (Everybody should carry a spare in their glovebox anyway, even if it didn't help you'd have the old one as your spare).

The 1316 is an IDM code (and yes, often associated with those UVCH connectors) but, what it's really telling you is that you need to do a Buzz Test for the IDM to, figure out, and tell you more about what's wrong... (Unfortunately, it takes a special scanner to retrieve them.)

Here's how to test those connections to the GPs -> Troubleshooting GPR & GP's
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Old 12-30-2012, 07:19 AM
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Well the spare motor does not have a cam sensor, all the good parts stores are closed so in a pinch i MIGHT get an advanced auto part. im gonna have to invest in some diagnostic software with this truck. thanks for the help
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