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#1 Old 05-16-2010, 10:04 AM
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Engine Code Help P0455, P0011, P0300

I was driving my car and after sitting for a couple of hours my check engine light came on. I took my car to Auto Zone and the following three codes appeared:

P0455
P0011
P0300

Are there any suggestions to help fix the problem?
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#2 Old 05-16-2010, 10:34 AM
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have u tried to look up what the codes mean yet?

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Engine Trouble codes

P0455 EVAP control system gross leak detected
P0011 Intake Valve Timing Control Circuit Failure
P0300 Random Cylinder Misfire
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For the P0455 I woould guess tighten the Fuel cap or make sure it seats properly on the filler neck. If this ckeck ok I would suggest to verify you're Vent control valve, she's located on the EVAP CANISTER. this valve gets always full of dirt and corrosion and fail open leaving a GROSS LEAK.
foe the oder two code mmmmm I would guess ure camshaft position sensor may be bad, this causing a desagree and induce a misfiring order. but inspect you're electric connections on these two part.
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Lear, Thanks for the suggestion. I changed the Camshaft sensor and it fixed the problem. Thanks again
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