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Hi

I recently rebuilt my 2.0 16v HDI engine after timing belt failure but now the car wont start.

See my post on the Eurovan Forum: Ulysse 2.0 16V JTD 2004 Engine repair project

I'm getting the P0340 fault from my PP2000 reader, Screenshots below.

I have replaced the Cam sensor but still get the same fault. screenshots show that there is an RPM reading so I can assume that the Crank sensor is ok and also that last screenshot shows that the Cam & Crank are synchronised.

I disconnected the cam sensor but still get that same fault code although now it is shown as an intermittent fault rather than a permanent one. Also the Cam & Crank do not show as synchronised which is as expected.

Has anyone got any suggestions before I do anything drastic?

I was confident that I set the timing correct. Is it possible for the crank to be 180 deg. out on these engines?

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Got it sorted.

Turned out that when setting the timing I forgot to release the three bolts on the cam pulley to ensure the correct belt tension so the belt was a couple of teeth out.

Thankfully it doesn't appear that any damage was done as a result as car started first time and seems to be running well.

No faults now shown when connected to PP2000.
 
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