Question about Dodge Ram
I have changed both ckp and cmp sensors. I have ohm the wires from the pcm to the ckp and the cmp all fine, checked the 5v ref. to both also check the signal and ground it all turned out good. Where do I go from here do you think the pcm is bad?
Code p0335 refers to crankshaft position (CKP) sensor --circuit malfunction====causes ---wiring---ckp sensor ---ecm
you have checked the wires from ecm connection to sensor connection and eliminated the wires and connections so that only leaves a problem ECM
try substituting the ECM with a known good unit and see it the code is eliminated
Posted on Nov 05, 2016
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