Getting a trouble code of P420 and P336. I know the P420 has to do with the catalytic converter, but the P336 is a crank shaft sensor code. Do I just need to replace the sensor? Cleaned it last night and still getting the Check Engine light coming on. No start conditions, especially after stopping when the car has been running at temperature. 200 degrees. Same problems I'm seeing from some of you others out there. It'* like it has a mind of it'* own. Hoping the timing chain is still good. It has stalled for no reason after reaching operating temperature. Hoping that trouble code of P0016/ Crankshaft/Camshaft position, bank 1, sensor A-correlation denotes timing chain out of position.
My code is P0336 and hoping I just need to replace the sensor. Can anybody help or has been in this situation? Should I be checking wires and connectors to the ignition module. When I do try to start the car again it can take as long as 20-30 minutes or I guess until it cools down. Usually never have any trouble in the morning.
I checked the electrical systems chart and it seems that this P0336 code/Crankshaft position sensor A circuit-range or performance pertains to the Spark Ref. In
When I'm trying to start the car during the 'no start' conditions, I smell the gas like it'* flooded, but not getting the spark to kick it over. Only randomly or unless I let it sit. HELP!