Need crank cam correlation on 2010 Honda Accord 2.4

Benjamin Mechanic Savannah, Georgia Posted   Latest   Edited  
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2010 Honda Accord LX 2.4L (K24Z2) 5-spd (88E5) — 1HGCP2F38AA164289
P0341 — Camshaft Position Sensor "A" Circuit Range/Performance Bank 1 or Single Sensor

Looking for a known good cam crank waveform. Got the car in as a not crank no start. Diag bad starter. Replace the starter now crank not start and I can tell it jumped time. Bad timing chain tensioner. Side note oil balck as the car and bent two valves. Fast forward fix and replace with oem parts runs and drives great. Just has p0341. Thank for any help.

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Sean Technician
Cincinnati, Ohio
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There is alot of waveforms on here.

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Michael Owner/Technician
Quakertown, Pennsylvania
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Sean, where do you find waveforms in DN? I'm new here..

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Dmitriy Analyst
Toronto, Ontario
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Through the search; here Scott is showing an example: diag​.​net/msg/mmcbarxutz…

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Greg Technician
Colorado Springs, Colorado
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Forgive me, my page does not look anything like Scott's, so I cannot search for anything that gives me results, and there is no way to select a file to attach from my desktop without dragging it... The example is very hard for me to follow as I'm trying to see what Scott is clicking on - very confusing.

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Dmitriy Analyst
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The magnifying glass in the top right corner (left of Post button). What happens when pressed?

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Rick Technician
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Go to the homepage diag​.​net Then click on the magnifying glass in the top right corner (left of Post button).

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Mike Owner/Technician
Asheville , North Carolina
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I would first do a transducer test to verify cam timing. I've seen this code set on a perfectly running engine and the marks half tooth off on stretched chain. Also easily checked by pulling valve cover.

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Jesse Owner
Roanoke, Virginia
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Ben, you are aware it MUST have an OEM starter?? Every time the car starts it is re-learning the crank pattern. When it slows it messes the pattern up. Only OEM starter turns enough RPM's. Let me know if this helps please?

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