Elvira - the car
Join Date: Jan 2013
location: DuPage Co. IL
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Do you have a check engine light (CEL) on ?
Did Valvoline give you the code number they found?
Check the oil level in the engine. Where is it?
When it was running, did you hear any unusual noises?
I am not 100% sure of this but if the cam position threw a code the ECU may not allow you to start the car until it is cleared. A bad sensor won't let you start engine either.
When you brought the car back to Valvoline, and still running, did they add oil to the engine?
Here's why. If Valvoline did NOT fill oil to proper level (too low the first time) the timing chain MAY have jumped and causing the non-start rather than a bad cam sensor sensor.
2013 EX-L V6/6A (no nav) sedan CBP
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