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1998 Pontiac firebird obd II code 0336 what causes this i have already changed crank shaft position sen.

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Is the knock sensor pluged up?What engine is this?If the knock sensor is o k ,and not bad,and it is pluged up,then the code is telling you that the timming chain is out of sink.Most likely a half,or less out.A strian on the cam,could cause this,from a oil pump trying to freeze up.Or the timming chain needs to be changed out,along with all it`s components.I hope this was helpful,maybe not good news,but most likely the truth,Let us know if it was helpful if you would,If I can help,let me know.

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