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01 hiccuping and stalling

Throwing a p0344 code which is the camshaft positioning sensor. While I'm driving at low speeds the truck will randomly stall and its getting worse and worse. And every now and then it will hiccup pretty bad while I'm driving. Will the cps cause this?
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post #2 of 8 Old 08-16-2012, 08:06 PM
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Yep. Replace that and you should be good.


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Awesome try that tomorrow. Simple fix
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I believe on my 03 lariat 7.3..... this was a factory recall. sure you fixed it by now, but for the next guy that happens to read this post, hopefully this helps and saves you some money
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22 bucks from autozone for the new sensor and about 10 minutes of my time. All you need is a 10mm socket and a flathead screwdriver to pry it out. Easy fix.
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Really?? My Autozone told me they couldn't get it- go figure, they are the professionals!
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I can't get them from AutoZone in NC either.
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Maybe its a California thing? I dunno my local one had 3 in stock
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