P0340 Trouble Code Help
So I have been all over different websites and have determined that a P0340 code indicates problems with the camshaft position sensor circuit. I have a 2002 Dodge Neon with 130,000 miles that will not start. It cranks over easy for awhile and then it sounds like the starter is working harder. Not sure what that means.
Anyway....checked the codes and only got a P0340. Replaced the camshaft position sensor and the car still won't start and is throwing the same code. Checked the wiring and the connector and it is good.
Does anyone know if the Neon has the crankshaft and camshaft position sensor on the same circuit. Could a bad crankshaft position sensor cause a P0340? Because the car will not start at all, should I guess the crankshaft sensor is bad?
Oh...and the car pressurizes the fuel rail, has no blown fuses and produces spark in all four plug wires. It did pop a couple times out the intake like timing was an issue.....can I put a timing light on this car and tell if the belt jumped a tooth?
I just don't want to do a timing belt, crank sensor, water pump, etc if I don't have to.
Anyone know where you can get manual information, pictures, exploded parts diagrams for this car?
Any help would be wonderful! Thanks!