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P1391 diagnostic code

99 b2500 van with a 5.9 litre

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  • kevin feudner Nov 16, 2008

    that makes sense because i also have a po 340 code which is the camshaft postion sensor. thank you for your help!!!

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The code is for intermitent loss of cam or crank sensor...one of the sensors maybe going bad or i have run into the wiring where it comes over the rear of the engine chaffing at the valve cover causing the loss of the signal

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