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Vech stalls while driving,p0320 p1391 p0352 are stored

Has new crank sensor

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SOURCE: 98 dodge avenger p1391 code, had no start first with no code and replaced dist..didnt fix it..then replace crank sensor and that worked..ben running fine for a year..now all of sudden runs crappy and

Check connections to crank sensor, then reset your comp by disconnecting your battery cables and holding them together. Make sure to have the code cleared as well.

P1391 (M) Intermittent Loss of CMP or CKP Loss of the Cam Position Sensor or Crank Position sensor has occurred.

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