I think that's the universal obd2 "No crankshaft reference signal detected
during engine cranking" error - or whatever verbiage is used to describe the
crankshaft position sensor signal not getting to the ECU...
'05 hemi Durango ltd - a living room on wheels
I havent worked on a truck in over 7 years, Back then the crank sensor was
located on the passenger side bell housing of the Transmission. Keep in mind
that just because you have a fault code for a particular part does NOT mean
that part is bad. That fault is pointing you into a direction that the PCM
is not getting a signal. It could be a circuit problem, PCM or even a sensor
fault. Sorry the delay in getting back to you but we just got back from a
White Water Raft trip...now Im gonna sit back and let the sores and bruises
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