My wife's 01 Intrepid ES overheated about a week ago so she pulled over and shut it down, I got there topped off the antifreeze to get it home, it wouldn't start back up, I ran the codes and got P0340. Weather finally warmed up so I replaced the sensor, cleared the codes and it won't start, threw P0340 code again. The sensor the parts store gave me is loose in the hole where the original was quite tight, is it possible they gave me the wrong one? I could understand overheating making an 18 year old sensor give out I guess, anyone have any ideas, the Chiltons manual says "No Fuel Sync" under description of diagnostic trouble code for P0340 and "No cam signal at PCM" under DRB scan tool display. They put some real thought into making a 5 minute job take much longer by putting the intake directly above it.