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Old 05-04-2005, 02:33 PM   #1
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My Check Engine light has been coming on. Sometimes it takes the Traction Control with it. I had it read and it was .... P0325..... Advance didn't know exactly what to do. They wanted me to order a camshaft position sensor. I am not sure what to do. I want the light out now. Seems to be running fine.

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I can look up that code tonight if you don't have an answer by then.
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The code says Knock Sensor in my book. Only the picture they show doesn't look like my motor. Advance didn't offer me a knock sensor either.
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I had it checked again today. I am now getting a P0361 code. The P0325 code is in the history and the P0361 is the current code. What should I do? I want to fix it myself and not pay the premium for dealership help.
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It says a P1361 is Ignition control...

You're beyond me...Good luck
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We seem to be seeing a lot of issues with the 95 Bonnies doing this lately...

Either you have a bad ICM( Ignition Control Module ) bad PCM ( Powertrain Control Module )... You will also want to make sure all of the wires to the ICM and PCM are atached securely and that there has been no breaks in the wire at the ICM and PCM..

The P1361 is for the ICM not toggling... Could be the ICM not toggling or the PCM not taking over control... Hard to say...

The P0325 is for the Knock sensor circuit...

I was getting a P01361 on my 95 and I ended up replacing the PCM, Had too many driveability issues and the codes kept comming back...

Hard to say where the problem will be with you car... But these are a few places to look... Good Luck

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"knock sensor 1 circuit malfunction bank 1 or 1 sensor."
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P0361: "Ignition coil K primary/secondary circuit malfunction"
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thanks JR...mine was running fine...and now you've probably jinxed me....thanks buddy
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