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Old 12-01-2011, 09:31 PM   eBay Motors  #1 (permalink)
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Ok i'm going to type this out and go to bed cuz i super pissed off after a long day of no starting!

Pulled my truck out of the garage this morning let it warm up for about 5 mins then i got a phone call i needed to take so i shut the truck off, 15 mins later came out and it just turned over and over and over kinda sounded like it was mis firing.

Checked the codes on my juice P0341 cam sensor... after hours of searching it seems like most people can still drive their trucks with this code but not me...

So i've cleared codes hooked and un hooked the juice, primed the fuel, checked wires... what the heck is going on? I must say about 2 weeks ago i shredded a belt but i looked at the cam sensor and it seems like the wires are fine! can the sensor be cleaned? adjusted? So with all that said can anyone shed some light? Like i said going to bed now so if anyone needs more info let me know and i'll be back on in the A.M.! Thanks everyone!
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Old 12-02-2011, 07:40 AM   eBay Motors  #2 (permalink)
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This time of year brings condensation to the fuel.
I would say you probably have some water that has iced up somewhere causing the fuel inlet to be plugged.
Go to the parts store or truck stop and buy a bottle of Powerservice 911 in the red can.
Add this to the tank and spin off the fuel filter and add some to the top of it.
If you can get it in the garage and warm it up, it should work faster. Don't add the whole bottle because it usually treats 100 gal or so.
The can sensor is usually an intermittent problem and either will run and die or not fire at all.
Be careful where you get your fuel. I always add a little PowerService (white bottle) to every tank in the winter just to be safe.
Good luck! Let us know what happens.
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