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2003 caravan will not start!!!

I replaced both the crank/cam sensors and the scanner still shows cam/crank correlation sensor!! coil/wires/ plugs are new. I am getting some red fire but no blue fire.HELP Is there a sensor between these two or is it the computer, dont think so or the scanner would read such.

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Hi..
On your problem with the Caravan.

If you Have replaced the Crank and Cam sensors. And the Code Cam/Crank Correlation sensor.
Is found.
Normally this code is present When the Timing belt or Timing Chain, Is out of time 1 or more dents
On the timing due to Skip of the timing belt or Chain.

But don't forget check the connector at the sensors. For any damaged or corrosion on the pins.
Ok.. I hope this help to try diagnostic your car.

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