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Hello Tiburon Forum
I recently assembled my Tiburon rebuilt 2.0L motor
I had the timing camshaft sprockets off (Its a single CVVT) because of this I received the code #P0011 upon resetting the cam chain (11-tooth spaces from intake to exhaust cams) that code disappeared however now Im getting a code
Crankshaft position sensor code #P0016
So I had another Crankshaft PS and swapped it out and now Im still get the same #P0016 code CPS
I rechecked the top timing cam sprocket marks dead on {new timing belt} and then rechecked the bottom crankshaft sprocket is dead on with the mark on the oil pump aligned
Im stumped? not sure what to do next? order a new OEM Crankshaft PS? or?

Thank you for any helpful feedback and wisdom

Sincerely
mike
 

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Which brand crank and cam sensors do you currently have on your motor while it's throwing the P0016 code?
 

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Hi Chase206
I believe they both are OEM Hyundai however the one I switched out the OEM crankshaft PS is an aftermarket
but its doing the same thing as the OEM blowing the same code P0016 which possibly tells me its not the sensors?
I read that the OEM CPSs are programmed? and that most after market ones are not?

*Also I noticed the after switching in the aftermarket crankshaft PS one..... its running a bit rough?
 

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Sensors are not programmable. Our ECUs are very finicky about brands so it's best to stick to the OEM brands like Hyundai, Siemens, NTK or Denso for those two sensors. The P0016 could be triggered by a flaky crank angle sensor as well. I would also check to make sure you have the correct type of sensor. The early Beta motors had a reluctor sensor while the newer Beta motors have a Hall type sensor. Cross reference your year to the crank sensor part numbers to ensure you aren't attempting to use an incompatible sensor.
 
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