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      I’m getting a P0017 code. Car runs perfect. Bit of a long start. Check engine light keeps coming back. Wiring is fine. Changed crank sensor, light keeps coming back. Idle is fine. Anyone know why light stays on? I wouldn’t think the timing is off if the car runs so well. Any help??



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      Quote Originally Posted by RedKop22 View Post
      I’m getting a P0017 code. Car runs perfect. Bit of a long start. Check engine light keeps coming back. Wiring is fine. Changed crank sensor, light keeps coming back. Idle is fine. Anyone know why light stays on? I wouldn’t think the timing is off if the car runs so well. Any help??
      Check the wiring for the Cam and Crankshaft position sensors. Camshaft position sensor is #12 on the diagramName:  LXVEngineComponent.jpg
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      Quote Originally Posted by RedKop22 View Post
      I’m getting a P0017 code. Car runs perfect. Bit of a long start. Check engine light keeps coming back. Wiring is fine. Changed crank sensor, light keeps coming back. Idle is fine. Anyone know why light stays on? I wouldn’t think the timing is off if the car runs so well. Any help??
      Could you find the problem?
      It looks like I have the same problem with my 2014 Aveo 1.2...



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