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Old 02-11-2011, 10:02 PM   #1
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Default P0016 Crankshaft position - camshaft position correlation (bank 1 sensor A)

Ok so my car just started throwing this code. The car still runs exactly the same as before the code. I've changed the camshaft position sensor already, plan on doing the crankshaft position sensor tonight and a case learn to see if that clear the DTC. Posted on LS2GTO also-this has be confusedQQQQQ
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I had the same thing, I did exactly what you are trying, replace sensors, then try case learn. That did not solve it so I turned off the code, car runs fine. I would like to know what the real issue is.
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