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2005 S60 CEL P0016 & P0017

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2005 S60 CEL P0016 & P0017

Post by DaCaboose » Sun Jul 28, 2019 11:30 am

Hello everyone,

My 05 S60 AWD 2.5T is posting codes P0016 and P0017.
I changed the crank sensor and both cam sensors but the vehicle continues to post the codes. The car runs and performs as it should and there is no oil leaking on the timing belt so I do not think it has jumped time. Also the belt looks to be in fine condition so I do not believe it to be worn or stretched.

Any assistance or direction would be greatly appreciated.



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Re: 2005 S60 CEL P0016 & P0017

Post by chrism » Sun Jul 28, 2019 4:18 pm

From what I read about those codes, they apparently refer to the timing correlation BETWEEN the crank and cam(s) and not some much that the sensors are bad. How’s the condition and tension of the timing belt? Could it have slipped a tooth? Maybe a VVT servo issue? Just tossing out some ideas to get the forum’s thought juices flowing......



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Re: 2005 S60 CEL P0016 & P0017

Post by highmiles » Sun Jul 28, 2019 5:14 pm

I agree that it sounds like a subtle timing issue. VVT solenoids need cleaning or just an oil change?

Pull timing belt cover and check the timing mark alignment.

Any recent work done?



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