2002 Honda Civic 1.7L P1361

2002 Honda Civic

Honda Civic On the 2002 Honda Civic with the 1.7L engine, the P1361 is pointing to a problem with the TDC Sensor (aka “Camshaft Position Sensor”). The sensor is located behind the top timing belt cover. To gain access, the valve cover will first need to be removed. Once inside, inspect the electrical connector and wire harness for any loose, broken or damaged wires. Set the engine to TDC and make sure the timing marks are aligned correctly. If these check as good, replace the TDC sensor. Does your vehicle have…

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2005 Toyota Highlander V6 P0018

2005 Toyota Highlander

Toyota Highlander On the 2005 Toyota Highlander, the P0018 is pointing to “CRANKSHAFT POSITION – CAMSHAFT POSITION CORRELATION (BANK 2 SENSOR A)”. This can be the case of a timing belt that has jumped a tooth or has stretched. SO, first thing to check here is the timing belt. Inspect the timing belt and make sure the timing is still set correctly and the belt teeth are in good condition. Bring #1 piston to TDC and check alignment. If the belt is good and still in alignment, then the problem…

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