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The “B” Camshaft Position fault code P0015 used to be pending a couple weeks ago. It’s turned into current now. My check engine light was on this morning, and it disappeared on the way back home from work. Is this a very serious/urgent problem?
 

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No, nothing terrible will happen. YOu'll lose some power and probably MPG, but that's about it. The good news is that if you can turn a wrench, it's an easy and fairly cheap repair. All four solenoids can be bought for about $100 total. All but the right exhaust are an easy three-bolt job. That one usually requires removing the oil cooler, so you have to drain the radiator, and should probably replace the oil cooler gasket when it's removed.
 

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Camshaft position sensors are easy and not very expensive to replace.
 
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