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Old 08-25-2006, 03:36 PM   #1
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1) Vehicle anti-theft blah blah blah... Factory issue

2)A/C issue, not huge on my agenda.

3)History code 41

4) 41 Camshaft sensor loss of signal

5) 19 Crankshaft sensor ciruit problem

Do codes'* 41 and 19 have to do with eachother or are they different? How much do new Camshaft and crankshaft sensors cost? Does someone have part #'* for me?

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The 41 is most likely the cam magnet finding a home elsewhere (replaced by either pulling the timing cover and cam gear or JB weld through the cam sensor hole that is in a bad spot to get a direct line of sight). ~$12 for the magnet

19 is a weakening crank sensor, I believe. Isn't a super problem until it loses the signal, engine dies and you get a code 17(? iirc). Mine did this intermittently. Much easier to replace than the cam magnet, and maybe $30, I can't remember and it was only a month ago.
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The 41 is most likely the cam magnet finding a home elsewhere (replaced by either pulling the timing cover and cam gear or JB weld through the cam sensor hole that is in a bad spot to get a direct line of sight). ~$12 for the magnet

19 is a weakening crank sensor, I believe. Isn't a super problem until it loses the signal, engine dies and you get a code 17(? iirc). Mine did this intermittently. Much easier to replace than the cam magnet, and maybe $30, I can't remember and it was only a month ago.
Hm, I see. I don't have the time to mess with it myself, so I'm going to have a place repair it for me probably in September; plus I'm ******* tired of messing with this car!!! Is there any technical term for the magnet? GM only part? #?

I don't have code 17. The car idle'* ROUGH, esp after warmed up. Tried to run her at the track today, ran a WONDFERFUL 17.99 sec. in the 1/4 mile. Power is NOT there, esp at the low end. So, for the crank sensor, the sensor jsut needs to be replaced? GM part # by chance?

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I wonder if this could be a wiring issue to the sensors. There is a harness that connects back behind your alternator that runs down there by itself to the crank, cam....
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The camshaft sensor signal wire actually passes through the crankshaft sensor and the ICM.
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The idle is a result of the code 41. Having had both problems in the last few months, cam affected how it ran, crank determined IF it ran. And until the crank signal goes away, it will continue to run.
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The idle is a result of the code 41. Having had both problems in the last few months, cam affected how it ran, crank determined IF it ran. And until the crank signal goes away, it will continue to run.
WONDERFUL....

So, a lotta pulling apart ish to get to these parts?

Do you have part #'*?
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John..Crank sensor is a 15 minute job .. ask Pete.. we did his HB twice..lol
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Before replacing it, you should pull out the crank and cam sensors and see if theres any metal shavings on there that could shorten the magnetic lines. You could have metal from wear and tear and the magnet could have collected them all.
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John..did you see my old crank sensor.. with the metal shavings on it?

Could be a possible.
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