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How much does it cost to fix code P0017?

How much does it cost to fix code P0017?

Depending on the root of the problem causing the P0017 code, the price can differ significantly. In general, replacing the camshaft position sensor might cost you somewhere between $25 and $100.

Where is the crankshaft sensor on a 2006 Chevy Colorado?

The crankshaft position sensor is located on the drivers side of the engine. It’s low and towards the firewall.

Can low oil cause P0017?

While it’s not the most common cause of a code P0017, if your engine oil is extremely low, it might cause the problem. Furthermore, if you have used the wrong engine oil, this code might crop up too. If either of these components fails, you’ll often get a P0017 engine code.

Will I have spark with a bad crank sensor?

A bad Crankshaft Position sensor is a common cause of no starts. The signal from this sensor goes to the PCM or ignition module that switches the ignition coil(s) on and off. In ignition systems with a single coil and distributor, a bad coil or a cracked distributor cap or rotor can prevent the spark plugs from firing.

What code will a bad timing chain give?

Causes of Code P0017 If your vehicle does not have a variable timing system, it’s likely that the engine timing is off or that you have a worn or broken timing chain/belt. Either way, you’ll need to get to the timing chain, and you might as well replace it after all that work.

Where is the p0017 code located on a Chevy Colorado?

IIRC, Isn’t there a crankshaft sensor at the bottom rear of the engine that also sets a P0017 code? I replaced mine at one point and the issue resolved itself for a bit. It was an aftermarket component and may be causing my issue. I did find the OEM actuator solenoid has fewer issues.

What causes the DTC p0017 trouble code to set?

If the PCM detects a CMP sensor pulse occurs during the incorrect CKP, DTC P0017 will set. occasionally the engine light comes on but after a while of driving the light goes away.

Is the solenoid in the Chevy Colorado Dorman?

The solenoid that was in it appears to be a Dorman so someone else already tried this at some point not that long ago and the screens were all present. All sensors replaced with OEM parts and I still have the P0017. The engine had fresh oil in it, but I ran an engine flush through it and changed the oil.

What to do if your 07 Canyon is throwing the p0017 error?

Well I bought a 07 Canyon and it is throwing the P0017 error. My truck isn’t running horribly or anything. I spent a lot of time searching this forum to understand the issue. The common first step appears to be replace the actuator solenoid (AC-Delco parts recommended), and for many people the problem goes away.