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Ford hesitation problem

Ford hesitation problem Some Ford V-6 3.0L engines can develop a Ford hesitation problem caused by a worn or intermittent camshaft position sensor (CMP), also called a camshaft synchronizer. This sensor is known for high failure rates. The Ford hesitation problem can display itself as a hesitation at a certain engine RPM, show a P0340 trouble code, or cause a chirping noise. One way to isolate the cause to the synchronizer is to unplug it and then drive the vehicle. The computer will substitute its own values for the sensor … Read More

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