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The causes of a P0336 code include: Bad crank sensor Broken reluctor ring (missing teeth, debris lodged in ring) Reluctor ring dislodged/stripped from it's stationary location Wiring harness chafing causing a short in Wiring . if this was helpful please leave good feed back
HONDA has the problem like some other japanese vehichles. buy genuine or get the puch. the wiring is made out of platinum and optical fibre while pirate manufactures only use optical fibre. tht when is means that the genuine sensors time delay is way less than the one of the pirate and the reading ability of the sensors are way differnt. the other problem is the plugs looks if it fits but is only fit about 80%. this is also causing a delay is signal to the ecm or also knowm as the ecu. so when you accelerate it picks up no problem as it would appear to the sensor that the timing is 100% due to the fast moving rate of the crank but when you decellarate the timing is retarding and the sensor doesnt read is properly and then gives a wrong message to the ecu. otherwise you should be aware that honda has no key way in the crank so your timing should be 1000% correct alligned with the marks on the crank and cam and the locked with force otherwise your timing could be out and then this problem can persist as the crank is in correct place when accelerating but when you decelerate there is a slight backward pull on the crank and then thee timing sensor reads this.
The problem is that if the original engine has a crank shaft position sensor then the cpu will need the sensor to register where the crank is positioned for ignition timing.. You may have to drill and tap the hole so that you can fit the sensor
i just had this prob i changed the coil and igniter, prob solved. it would prob b cheeper to get a reman dist, but i had extra parts laying around that fit my distributer, double check that u have injector pulse. u can do this with a 194 light bulb, and two wires. CAREFULLY touch one wire to each of the connectors in the connecter going to the inj itself.(u do have to unplug from injetor). and attach the other end of wires to each wire coming out of the bulb.. crank engine over, if it flashes, most likely the crank sensor and distributor pick up coil is ok. thus it would need the igniter or coil tested and or replaced