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Old 01-28-2010, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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P2614Camshaft Position Signal Output Circuit/Open
I am getting this code on my 6.0, can someone tell me what the issue is and where is it and how do i fix it?
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That code is usually more of an effect than a cause. It can set during a hard start/no start or a stall event.
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Havent been able to start it for a few days, and this code keeps popping up. I bought a cps and want to replace it. Any instrcutions on how to do this and where it is? I know its a ***** do, especially if i snap it!
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Desparate here! How do u get the cps out of the block! I got the bolt off but the thing will not budge
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ok now im screwed the dam sensor has snapped up topped!!!! Can i punch it in and hope it goes into the block and ends up in the oil pan!?? Need some serious help here!!
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NO! You'll push it into the camshaft. It won't go into the pan. The only way you can get it out is to put a self tapping screw into it and CAREFULLY pry it out. A little heat with a small torch will help melt the o-ring, because that's likely what it's caught up on.
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Had to get the pig towed last night. It's at a shop now and hopefully the guy will have some luck by getting it out in a couple of hours! I have had it with this truck, issue after issue with this thing and it only has 35k miles on it! Ill take a 7.3 all day long!
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