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Old 13-12-11, 01:36 AM   #1
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Default Camshaft position (CMP) sensor

where is it located on 1.6HDI, asume its on the drivers side (UK) lower of engine.
Got p3008 come up twice which I think is the following:
Camshaft position (CMP) sensor - signal limit exceeded

Is it just replace, any idea on price.
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Old 13-12-11, 12:10 PM   #2
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not in peugeot

P3008 Flowmeter signal : Air flow too strong


probably blocked egr
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This is my problem with not having PP2000, I can't trust the codes I'm getting, hoped to pick one up at the weekend but seller was away. Also had P0100, which showed MAF.
After cleaning EGR on Saturday it was running fine, now my mpg has dropped back to 31 again and it's smoking at about 2000 to 2500 rpm.
I will have to check my refitting of the servo was correct.
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What position should the pin be in the valve at low revs, is it all the way left at the bottom of the ramps or fully clockwise at the top of the ramp. I didn't check when I took it off which position was closed.
Going to pull servo off when I get home to see what's wrong.
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Old 18-12-11, 06:41 PM   #5
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anyone know?
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What pin are you talking about...?..Do you mean the egr valve position..?
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The camshaft sensor is just to the back of the bottom pulley on the drivers side of the 1.6hdi.
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What pin are you talking about...?..Do you mean the egr valve position..?
yes runs in the 2 bearings that go up the ramps as it turns clockwise, when its to the left its at the bottom of the ramp, is that closed or open?
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