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Old 03-22-2014, 04:50 PM   #1
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My check engine light recently came on while driving, and listed P0010 when checked, after doing research it seems like that is caused by my Camshaft Position Actuator Solenoid (or solenoids), does anyone know the part numbers and if this really is the reason for the code?

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See this thread

Also, there is a post on the HHR forums that are very helpful with the DIY. I replaced the parts however I'm having my own issues now post part replacement.

Intake solenoid: 12655420
Exhaust solenoid: 12655421

Try ebay for cheap parts and get a quote from your local GM dealer. I'd advised using OEM not aftermarket parts. Apparently issues with poor oil quality, damaged screens on the solenoid, and lots of debris hanging around can cause issues.

Are you noticing any symptoms of hard shifting?

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Thank you, I ended up taking it to the dealer and they replaced it and haven't had an issue since, I haven't noticed hard shifting or anything and I use Mobil 1 Synthetic since I purchased the car in August 2011.

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Also, there is a post on the HHR forums that are very helpful with the DIY. I replaced the parts however I'm having my own issues now post part replacement.

Intake solenoid: 12655420
Exhaust solenoid: 12655421

Try ebay for cheap parts and get a quote from your local GM dealer. I'd advised using OEM not aftermarket parts. Apparently issues with poor oil quality, damaged screens on the solenoid, and lots of debris hanging around can cause issues.

Are you noticing any symptoms of hard shifting?

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