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It means that your camshaft position sensor or crank angle sensor is faulty. Either because they are actually faulty, or there is a wiring problem. Clearing the code won't do much. The symptoms of a bad cam or crank sensor are usually rough idling, difficulty starting and misfiring. Which makes sense, because your ECU gets wrong information regarding the ...


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From what I understand, if you had OBD 1.5, you wouldn't be able to use the jumper method. I could be wrong, but my '94 Bonneville will not work with it. Does it have a 12-pin or 16-pin OBD port? If it's a 16 and you can pull codes via a jumper, you probably do have OBD 1.5 (GM is a pain isn't it). The guys at Pontiac Bonneville Club claim an Action CP9110 ...


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Yes, in fact through "middle-man" voltages via a device that can mimic voltage and packets sent to the ECU that extrapolates the data and in-turn controls the way your car runs. Now of course the model of car, and usually the newer (more control/sensors) all matter in what capabilities for which you are limited to with just a plug and play. However, ...



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