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Old 08-03-2012, 11:14 PM   #1
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Crankshaft Sensor .. Need Help

Got a Crank shaft position sensor error code and car is hard to start.. keeps bogging out and back firing..

I replaced it today and Still same thing.. Any ideas ?
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Got a Crank shaft position sensor error code and car is hard to start.. keeps bogging out and back firing..

I replaced it today and Still same thing.. Any ideas ?
Did you check your COPs and plugs?
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Hey buddy!! I just replaced my camshaft sensor a well, along with the gear!! I had a code come up p1336, basically any time u remove the sensor or the gear u have to have the ckp relearned!! I have been researching myself looks like a small mechanic shop should be sble to relearn it.
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I replaced my crank angle sensor by myself and didnt have to re learn anything.
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Well mine is coming up p1336 when i looked the code up thats what its telling me what i have to do
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I mean idk how different my 96v6 was but i took the cap off the sensor and made sure the little metal rotating bit was in the same position before and after and it was as good as new. Coulda been cuz it was a 96. Idk. Good luck though! Idr what code i had either but that sounds familiar. Good luck though man.
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Got a Crank shaft position sensor error code and car is hard to start.. keeps bogging out and back firing..

I replaced it today and Still same thing.. Any ideas ?
What is the actual code? A ckp ideally i would get it from the dealer. Cheap bwd parts are crap oem is perfect replacement for a mustang. However if u change one change the other i.e. ckp and cmp crank and cam. But if it continues check the wiring on the sensor connector worst case is that the sprocket on the crank is fkd.
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P1336

---------- Post added at 06:01 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:00 PM ----------

If there was another sensor i need to check where is it located
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Old 08-21-2013, 09:50 AM   #9
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P1336 is that the correlation between the ckp and cmp are fkd. So start with checking the wires going to the crank and cam sensor. Like i said earlier if u change one change the other. If the problem persist start by checking the harness and connectors to the sensors. Worst case could be jumped timing. Start with the simple ones. Crank sensor is located by the damper, which if i remember correctly needs to be removed to get to it. The other the cam sensor is located by the power steering pump.
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I didt pay attention to the location of this thread, but i have a v6, the cam is under the egr valve ad the crank sensor is well on the left side at the crank. Its only a $20 part so im gunna change that here in a bit and hopefully i get my results.
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