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I’m getting P0369 and P0365
For camshaft sensor B , bank 1 can someone please point out where it is or a diagram? My car has been out of commission for a while now :(
 

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Did you clear the code?
Some don't go away so you might need to unhook the battery.
 

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Both codes came back? Was there any corrosion or wiring damage in the plugs?
Yes both codes came back I also switched around the sensors to see if that would do anything, I don’t believe I saw any corrosion? Here’s some pictures
Also I don’t know if this means anything but when I plug in the sensor there’s no click between the connector?
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Please stop posting full sized pics. Use either thumbnails, or just leave as attachments.
 

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Yes both codes came back I also switched around the sensors to see if that would do anything, I don’t believe I saw any corrosion? Here’s some pictures
Also I don’t know if this means anything but when I plug in the sensor there’s no click between the connector?
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All I can do is give you what I found about those codes... Perhaps your crankshaft position sensor has failed?

What causes the P0365 code?
There are many potential underlying causes for the P0365 code, including the following:
  • A faulty camshaft position sensor
  • Oil leaking onto the sensor and damaging wiring or corroding connections
  • Short or open in the sensor circuit
  • Faulty PCM (rare)
  • Crankshaft position sensor failure (replace with the camshaft position sensor as a set)
What causes the P0369 code?
There are a number of causes that could be behind your vehicle’s P0369 code. The most common reasons are:
  • A dead/weak battery
  • A faulty starter motor
  • A starting system circuit
  • Camshaft position sensor circuit poor electrical connection
  • A faulty camshaft position sensor
  • A camshaft position sensor harness that is shorted or open
  • A camshaft position sensor circuit that has a poor electrical connection
P0365 OBD-II Trouble Code: Camshaft Position Sensor B Circuit (Bank 1).
 

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I had my 3.8 six rebuilt at 200,000 by ARCE motors in El Cajon, CA - professional rebuilder, but after rebuild check engine light was on, took by OReilly and that was the code I believe - camshaft sensor or its counterpart - ARCE after spending some time with it, thought sure it was the computer - with COVID a couple of years back, I spent a grand for a remanufactured computer from a good supplier - it made no difference. ARCE had to work on sensors and I believe opened the top of the engine to check out camshaft again.
 
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