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post #1 of 3 Old 09-12-2011, 03:29 PM Thread Starter
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Throwin code P0336 crank position sensor...what does this mean?

Just pulled the code today, nothing seemed out of the ordinary as far as driving and idling. I stomped on it a few times to get past the prius' blocking the way :p where is the crank sensor located? I've read I should look for chaffed wire as the actual sensors are pretty bulletproof? Worst case what could this code be telling me of it's not the sensor/wiring?

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had this same problem on a ranger i had and it was a ground wire bad. unplug the connector and start truck and check what wire is neg. with a volt meter, then run a wire from the neg. side of the battery to the neg. wire going to the sensor. dont unhook the wire from the truck side or connector side, use a line tap to connect the new neg. wire to the neg. side wire and reset the code. drive truck and see if this works it did on mine.
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Cam sensor and crank sensor codes are VERY common when you have any extended cranking times to start the truck. If you recently experienced a long crank for any reason, just clear the code and see if it comes back.
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