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Old 01-14-2003, 08:25 PM
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code p1309

1998 explorer
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computer scan says code p1309
p1309 is misfire moniter aice chip fault
does any one know how to correct this
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code p1309

A P1309 is a camshaft position sensor code. The manual says to hook up a breakout box and monitor the voltage from it. If it isnt right you replace the sensor.
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>A P1309 is a camshaft position sensor code. The manual says
>to hook up a breakout box and monitor the voltage from it.
>If it isnt right you replace the sensor.

http://www.contour.org/FAQ/FAQ.php?s=probs&displayid=10

this site says it is misfire monitor problem
i have already replaced cmp per code p0340
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code p1309

This is right out of the Ford shop manual........


HD40 CHECK CMP SENSOR OUTPUT

Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P1309 indicates Misfire Detection Monitor is not enabled.

Breakout box installed, PCM disconnected.
Connect digital multimeter between PCM test pin 85 and test pins 51 or 103.
Bump engine in short burst with the starter without starting engine for at least 10 engine revolutions.
Does digital multimeter reading switch between low (less than 2.0 volts DC) and high (greater than 8.0 volts DC)?

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Note: A Hall effect type CMP sensor that is installed out of synchronization will produce a DTC. VERIFY the correct installation by referring to the Powertrain/Engine Group in the Workshop Manual. If the CMP is installed properly, REPLACE PCM. RESTORE vehicle. RERUN Quick Test .

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REPLACE CMP sensor. RESTORE vehicle. COMPLETE Misfire Monitor Repair Verification Drive Cycle. RERUN Quick Test .

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