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Crankshaft Position Correlation Bank 1 Sensor A

boatdriver

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I get this code up virtually every day when I start the engine and after about 5 mins My OBD doesn't show any codes coming up and once I have erased the message it doesn't come back again for the rest of the day. there are some days it doesn't pop up up at all. The engine is running well with no rattles or vibration. I am thinking about changing the sensor and before I order one, could someone tell me where about on the engine it is and how easy/difficult it is to change.
The cruise control sends the engine into limp mode, could this again be a sensor or cable change, if so, again could someone point ou to me where it is and how easy/difficult to change.

Thanks for any advice.
 

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Speed sensor ? I think I picked up your post about this previously you mentioned after you set the cruise control am I right ?
 

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Having changed the oil, I am still getting camshaft correlation code coming up. I have been advised to change the timing chain and bits and the car booked in on Monday for the work. The garage doing the work has a BMW in their workshop where the owner ignored the the 'fault engine repair needed' on the cars diagnostic readout for 6 months and now has to have the engine rebuilt.
I suppose the moral is, ignore the fault warnings at your peril. I could probably get away with not having the chain renewed yet, but not taking a chance.
 

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Having changed the oil, I am still getting camshaft correlation code coming up. I have been advised to change the timing chain and bits and the car booked in on Monday for the work. The garage doing the work has a BMW in their workshop where the owner ignored the the 'fault engine repair needed' on the cars diagnostic readout for 6 months and now has to have the engine rebuilt.
I suppose the moral is, ignore the fault warnings at your peril. I could probably get away with not having the chain renewed yet, but not taking a chance.
I have the same issue , but it set off the code straight after doing a service and driving home , I took from this that it was created by something I done while servicing , i realized i had put 10 30 oil In instead of 5 30 , so flushed and put correct oil in , now getting this every few weeks instead of every few days , it's made it better but still there , next area is check all hoses and wire connectors disturbed at service.
 
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