Help! Intermittant P0010 and P0011
About a week ago (after an uneventful 2900+ mile drive from Pensacola, FL to Oak Harbor, WA) my RL popped a CEL for P0010 and P0011 ("A" Camshaft Posit Actuator Circuit, and "A" Camshaft Position - Timing Over-Advanced...). I panicked, and then spent a few hours on here and some of the sister forums researching. I decided to go ahead and reset the light and clear the codes after un-plugging and re-plugging the sensor plugs.
My car drives/drove fine I got on it a little and it still seemed fine, but have generally babied it since then. On Saturday the CEL came on again for the same two codes. After sitting overnight the CEL is no longer illuminated, but it does show the 2 codes still as history (obviously).
First question: Is the consensus around here that it's a faulty sensor/solenoid and not mechanical?
Second question: I have about 2 weeks of my powertrain warranty left. Are the Camshaft Sensors covered under it?
The only 2 authorized warranty dealers are about an hour away from here, and with my schedule I'm probably only going to be able to get it done on a weekend. If it's not even covered I'll just order the parts myself and swap them out (with fingers crossed that it was the issue).
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