overheated

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i overheated my 2004 kia spectra ex and now it wont start


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School: UC Berkeley

While a bad cam sensor can be the cause of a no-start condition, so can a jumped timing belt which would also set the code for P0340.

The cam sensor is behind the upper timing cover:


You remove the upper timing belt cover to replace the cmp sensor. Takes about 30 minutes.

I would suggest removing the timing covers and verifying that the timing is correct and if it is, then replace the sensor. If not, then it needs timing belt job

timing marks:
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