Car problem

Asked by Jul 10, 2018 at 02:35 PM about the 2006 Dodge Stratus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok so my crankshaft sensor keeps putting out a
code and I have replaced that part 4 times. Once I
put the new part on then with in 5 mins of it being
started it put out the code again for the crankshaft
sensor and nothing is wrong with that part.
Someone please help me

4 Answers

3,100

Chryslers are bad about setting fault codes for the opposite sensor... you cld be having a bad cam sensor setting a crank sensor fault code

3,100

If something was wrong with the crank sensor the car wouldnt start

1,885

May actually have internal engine issues such as the timing being off. Belt or chain can slip due to improper tension of worn parts.

3,100

If that were the case i think the car would be setting a p0016 cam/crank correlation

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