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Po344 code on 2.7 chrysler motor replaced both cam and crank sensors still the same code

Starts and runs in limp mode

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SOURCE: 2002 chrysler town and country wont leave limp mode

try getting a new shift solenoid for it. i had the same problem on my 2002 chrysler town and country and my plymouth breeze which is also a dodge product. it is very simple to do and doesnt take all that long. the part will probably run you about 150 to 200 dollars but it should fix your problem.

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SOURCE: 1999 chrysler 300m wont crank, code P0340

Sounds like the timing belt broke. Unfortunately this vehicle was not equiped with no contact valves so if that is the case you will need to have the engine and Head rebuilt. If the crank position sensor can't sense the position of the crank it should shutdown the electrical to keep you from damaging your engine.

Posted on Oct 09, 2009

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SOURCE: chrysler 300m 2001 starts after unplugging cam sensor

theres a reflash program that needs to be done on these cars, because of extended crank time and cam / crank syhcronizing out, start there,also i had one with same code and found that aftermarket cam sensors dont work, installed dealer part and had the updated reflashing done and solved the problem.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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SOURCE: 2002 chrysler sebring trouble codes P0605 and


There is a TSB for this issue: It is in "limp" mode. It is not unusual for the Sebring - Should be covered by Chrysler.

TSB Number: 0801505









NHTSA Number: 10013731

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I have a PT 2010 & the diagnostic codes are PO340, PO344 and PO325. mechanic is suggesting replacing the cam shaft post sensor & didn't even mention the knock sensor. Am I dealing with 1 or 2 issues


you are dealing with 2 issues
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WHAT CAN I DO TO REPAIR THIS CODE PO344 REPLACED CAM SENSOR DID NOT HELP CAN YOU PLESES HELP ME


Well code 344 means the signal coming from cam sensor 1 is failing at times. If you have replaced the sensor, it could be the cam, or the wiring.
You may need the actual factory troubleshooting chart for the code to find the problem.

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LIMP MODE 08 RAM 1500


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PO344 chrysler


After you replace any sensor like cam or crank,plug scanner and go to special function.select RPM learn and folow the instruction. the computer is in fail safe mode

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Eng starts hard,runs good until the rpm is over 2200 then it stumbles my input voltage on the cam sensor is 5volts ,on most cars i've read should have 8volts where


Both crank and cam sensors have a 8 volt reference I have found the wiring melted together where it cross over transmission shorting out the signal. also test your reference voltage at the computer with circuit unplugged at sensor watch meter and wiggle wiring going back to computer this will help find faulty area.

Nov 07, 2013 | 2005 Chrysler Sebring Conv

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1997 concorde. Turned ignition on/off/on/off/on and received code: 1-2-5-4-5-5 I can not find this code online. Driving down the road it just quit running.


You have three codes there
12 - Memory standby power recently lost (Recently disconnected the battery, always appears this code (not problem))
Power loss light: Off
Limp-in mode: None

54 - No fuel injector sync pickup signal during engine rotation
Power loss light: On
Limp-in mode: Logic module will guess at injector timing

Possible Causes
Bad connection or wiring - Check the wiring and connections between the hall effect sensor (located underneath the distributer cap) and the logic module. Check the continuity of the two 3 conductor cables coming out of the sensor--these are prone to fatiguing and breaking inside the insulation where they exit the sensor if the cables are not properly tied down. You may be able to resolder them. Clean and regrease any corroded connectors with dielectric grease and repair any shorts.

Hall effect sensor failure - Check the two, flat 3 conductor cables coming out of the sensor. These often fatigue where they exit from the sensor. Upon replacing the sensor, make sure the cables are clipped or tied to the distributor cap shroud (or elsewhere) so they do not swing around.

Diagnostic Method - Trigger Parameters
- Engine cranking or running (signal coming from ignition reference sensor)
- No signal from the fuel injector sync pickup sensor

Results If Component Fails: Fault code 54 is stored. The engine will stall and will not start.

55 - End of message (Test Finished)
Power loss light: Off
Limp-in mode: None

Hope this helps (remember to rate this answeerr).

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Cam sensor closed circuit. Does the car run poorly or get mad fuel economy? I would suggest getting both the cam and the crank sensors replaced at the same time as they usually go bad consecutively.

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Jul 05, 2009 | 2004 Dodge Stratus

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Po340 and po344 intrepid


Take a look at this link http://www.obd-codes.com/p0340.  The problem lies in the cam shaft sensor circuit which means that it isn't necessarily the sensor itself.  Read what that page has to say and just start from the top and work your way down the solutions.  As far as how much it cost, it obviously depends on what is wrong, but assuming it is your cam shaft sensor you can buy the part for around forty dollars at AutoZone.  Let me know if you have any other questions.  Thanks for rating my response and for using FixYa!

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