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Chek engine codes? P0013- and P1332

Help, Advice, Owners' Discussion and DIY Tutorials on the Volvo S80 model. Sometimes called an "executive car", the S80 was and continues to be Volvo's top-of-the-line passenger car.

Chek engine codes? P0013- and P1332

Postby ajo » 02 Dec 2005, 04:58

Hello tech what up! :o

I pull this codes from my 99 s80 t6 today. I don't Have a clue what this condes reprecent please help.

Code 1
P0013 Malfuction Position
Camshaft Position Actuator B- Bank1 Circuit Malfuction/Position

Code2
P1332 Mancfacurer control
Ignition System / Misfire

Thank you for the information
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Postby guest » 08 Dec 2005, 03:21

I'm not a tech, just a DIY guy. I stongly recommend a source like ALLDATA (online subscription - $25/yr, well worth it in my opinion), which explains the codes and gives step-by-step diagnotic/testing/repair information and procedures. There is much more information there, but here's some basic DTC information.

P0033 (OBD II) = ECM-6440 (Volvo DTC)

This code is apparently stored if a fault in the signal cable to the camshaft reset valve is detected

P1332 (OBD II) = ECM-644A (Volvo DTC)

This code appears to be srored if the camshaft is not in the correct position. The engine control module (ECM) registers this as a fault as soon as the engine is started.
or
The camshaft position (CMP) sensor flanker is not correct in relation to the engine speed (RPM) sensor.
or
The camshaft does not rotate quickly enough in response to the control signal.

Some possible sources include:
- Faulty camshaft position
- camshaft belt has jumped out of place on the cogs
- defective reset valve
- mechanical fault in the Variable valve timing (VVT) unit
- defective camshaft position (CMP) sensor

I hope that helps. If this is jibberish to you -- best take it to a good shop.
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Re: Chek engine codes? P0013- and P1332

Postby Woody59 » 10 Jul 2009, 17:35

Just went through this on my '99 S70 GLT. The P1332 indicates that the CVVT solenoid is going bad. Based on the engine rpm it sends a signal directly to the ECM module. The P0013 says that there is no signal.

Since there's no real way to test the CVVT make sure all else is checks out before buying the CVVT valve. Also note the posting on how to replace the CVVT valve.

For reference, the green/orange wire is pin 1 on the new solenoid and yellow brown is pin 2. On the new solenoid there is a connector included in the kit that has the pin markings. Similar to posting on replacing the valve, this connector is a pain in the but so I just plugged the wires directly onto the solenoid and filled it with silicon.

Hope this helps.
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Re: Chek engine codes? P0013- and P1332

Postby dcarlson12 » 10 Jul 2009, 21:58

To Ajo,
Did you get some message such as check engine or ?
i.e. what made you realize you needed to pull the codes?
Thks.
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Re: Chek engine codes? P0013- and P1332

Postby Woody59 » 11 Aug 2009, 01:53

Ok, I am not the original poster on this but I will share what I've learned. Oh and buy the way, the dealer wanted $600 to tear down the to the timing belt. Rip off.
Yes the CEL light comes on.

According to Alldata, these two codes indicate that the ECM is not sure when to fire. Possible causes, the timing belt jumped a tooth (unlikely unless you've never changed the belt every 100k miles) or the crank sensor is bad. Again, could be but I'd look first at the CVVT valve. There is no way to trouble shoot it however it is the main input to the ECM for engine ignition. The problem is so common now that Volvo is rebuilding the units.

If you get the 1332 code, I'd look first at the CVVT valve. Easy fix.
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Re: Chek engine codes? P0013- and P1332

Postby trev0006 » 12 Jan 2010, 20:07

Thanks for the info.


[quote="Woody59"]Ok, I am not the original poster on this but I will share what I've learned. Oh and buy the way, the dealer wanted $600 to tear down the to the timing belt. Rip off.
Yes the CEL light comes on.

According to Alldata, these two codes indicate that the ECM is not sure when to fire. Possible causes, the timing belt jumped a tooth (unlikely unless you've never changed the belt every 100k miles on your cars) or the crank sensor is bad. Again, could be but I'd look first at the CVVT valve. There is no way to trouble shoot it however it is the main input to the ECM for engine ignition. The problem is so common now that Volvo is rebuilding the units.

If you get the 1332 code, I'd look first at the CVVT valve tire. Easy fix.[quote]
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Re: Chek engine codes? P0013- and P1332

Postby Oly_850 » 28 Mar 2014, 14:43

I was able to fix this myself using the connector supplied with the new part from the dealer.

The Black / Grey / Green connector comes apart in three pieces, so I took it apart, slid the black portion over the connector wires and then (gently) slid the small square wire ends into place until they clicked in the grey portion, checking for location / polarity, etc. Then you slide on the green portion, which is a lock of some sort, after that push the grey part into the black housing and you're set.

No more P0013 after swapping CVVT Solenoid and ensuring a solid connection at this point.
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