Originally Posted by CobraSSx
If none of those things you did worked then it might be something with the mechanical portion of it, such as the clearance the sensor has. Check also that the wires to the plug aren't loose inside the fitting and are sitting okay in there (check the inside of the plug as well). Normally there shouldn't be any clearance issues unless if something really fucked up bad inside. Is your camshaft sensor a sensor with a plate that bolts onto the covers/head?
Also what was the p1602 labeled as?
a P"1"xxx is a dealer code and is car specific so searching the web doesn't always give answers.
Plug is good cause that's how I did the circuit test. I checked clearance between sensor and cam notch and there is barely clearance between the two.
Sensor bolts onto head.
A p1xxx code usually is a dealer code. But when ingot the code read it came back as a tcm/ECM. So I replaced ECM and that code went away.