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Question P2614/P2617 together!

my stock 03' has been a great truck. the other day she stumbled when getting after it. it was "popping" through the exhaust also. then the more i drove it the better it was. now its fine. but the 2614 and 2617 codes were stored. why could both codes be there? (other then a bulk connector im overlooking). is there a common point that gives a connection problem? i know the likely-hood of both sensors being bad would be rare.

P2614-camshaft position output circuit/open
P2617-crankshaft position output circuit/open
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an engine stall or near stall can trip both of these codes. ford says if there are no other codes present and no driveability problems to clear and not attempt to repair.
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yea this has happened to me before on a rough cold start... clear the code and it should be fine, i don't know about your stumble and pop in exhaust thought? i'd say when your engine stumbled your engine loaded up and that cause a backfire which you could describe as poping? i dunno bud... but the code came from your stumble
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