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Mit Outlander 2003....replaced the head and waterpump and now getting two codes P0335 and PO340 several weeks later.....timing is right on....and car runs fine but won't pass with lights on.......

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P0340 Camshaft Position Sensor Circuit Malfunction
P0335 Crankshaft Position Sensor A Circuit Malfunction\

Based on the codes you listed I would have to say it appears the Crank Position sensor is either malfunctioning or you accidentally caught the wires between two parts that were bolted together and they shorted out. Double check the Crank Position sensor wiring and make sure you have them connected correctly and don't have a short on any of the wires.

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