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    Default Fault code P0365 - Help!?

    Hi guys,

    Im not a regular poster on the forums, but Ive found answers to multiple answers to problems through reading as a member and I appreciate people taking time out to help. Ive had a browse for an answer to this problem but cant seem to find one so here goes....

    I got the engine management light on yesterday afternoon. Decided to do the pedal test to read the fault code and came up with P0365. The car has been very sluggish since is came on and wont go above about 4000rpm and baically has no power when i try to accelerate. (I only travelled roughly 2 miles to get home from where I was, incase driving further would have caused damage)

    From a little googling Ive came up with "camshaft position sensor B -bank 1 intermittent circuit malfunction"

    Now, my first question is, where is this camshaft sensor located? And secondly would it be an easy DIY fix? (I have basic mechanical knowledge)

    The car is a vectra C 2007 1.8 16v

    Thanks for any guidance in advance.

    Ricky

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    your camshaft sensor is located near the timing belt.
    1: Remove your plastic engine cover.
    2: Undo the three retaining screws then unclip the timing belt upper cover from the rear cover and remove from the engine compartment.
    3: unscrew the nut from the fuel line bracket then unscrew the stud bolt, discconect the camshaft sensor wiring connector then unclip the wiring harness.
    4: Undo the two retaining bolts and remove the camshaft sensor from the cylinder head.
    hope that helps

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    Thanks Pigeon

    With the VVT engine Im led to believe there are two sensor? one inlet and one exhaust. I think this code refers to the exhaust camshaft sensor, is it located in the same place?

    Thanks

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    give me a few minutes and i will get back to you

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    Good man, thanks for the help!

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    vectraparts is only coming up with one sensor for your model year for the camshaft sensor

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    With the engine code - Z18XER - Ive read there are two sensors at the end of the cam shafts as the engine has variable cam timing. Theres the intake cam sensor and the exhaust cam sensor. The fault code P0365 relates to the exhaust sensor (or so Im led to believe) Im just not sure where its located.

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    Its behind the cam cover, the top part comes off (2-3 bolts) and the sensor is bolted in the middle of 2 cam sprockets (from another source)

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    the other sensor ur on about is it the lambda sensor?

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    Not as far as Im aware, although Im no expert. Im led to believe the VVT engine has 2 cam sensors. The exact code im getting is P0365 - Camshaft Position Sensor B Circuit (Bank 1)



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