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01 oldsmobile aurora crank sensor code

I recently did a diagnostic test for my V8 2001 Oldsmobile Aurora 4.0 and as a result received the following codes, P1372, P0385, P0386, & P0335. I would like to first of all ask would any of these codes cause the car to shut off and stall to start. Do you know if it is possible to fix the problem yourself or would you suggest taking the vehicle to a mechanic.

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  • john mault Jul 23, 2008

    i have 01 aurora w/v8 [4.0] have a problem with shutting off at traffic lites and ocasionally while running - hot -cold doesn't matter. have several [13]codes but have 2 crank sensor and 1 cam sensor codes that stand out as worst codes. would this be the reason its shutting down all the time?would this also be the reason when i accel the motor it shuts down @ 4000 rpm then picks back up [doesn't totally die]? thx

  • jaypbandit Aug 18, 2008

    My 2003 Olds V8 4.0 cuts out (stalls) at traffic lights or in the middle of driving on the highway. Happens intermittantly and does not trigger a code. It starts up immediately but it's like a quick "power outage" and is fine after that. Someone said it may be a bad cam sensor. Does that sound like the likely culprit?

  • cadillacmike Nov 17, 2008

    2001 aurora v8 4.0 stalls while driving,starts up quick,But is becomeing a hastle... how do i fix it? is it the fuel injectors?

  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2009

    My wife's car had the same problem. And after fixing the O2 sensors and the
    crank sensors the car would still shut off on her one day and not the next. I went to a parts shop and had them connect the code reader to the Aurora. Up came the idle control valve. I replace it and the problem went away, so far. But it was a shame the dealership we took it to did not think of checking this out.


  • Bnutty Feb 23, 2009

    i am having a very rough idle when the car warms up a little, sometimes stalls at lights, had a crank sensor code, along with misfires come up. I have changed the coil pack on the side with the misfiring cyl. and it worked for a little but after a week, it has gone back to the same results, a little less tho, but it still happens. stalls on highway sometimes, and bad gas milage. and ideas? i heard this may also be crank sensors. plz help

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    car cranks but will not stay on volt gage reads 12

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In my experience, these codes point to the crankshaft postion sensor(S) It is best to have them both replace. After replacement, a "crank position variance re-learn" procedure will need to be done to relearn the new sensors. This will need to be done with a dealership scanner, or a higher end non-dealer scanner.Yes, these can cause these staling and starting problems, but so can a few other things. First step is to get the crank position sensors replaced, learned, and codes cleared.
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Posted on Oct 23, 2008

Call autozone and ask them to define the codes for ya then get with your mechanic and get em fixed.

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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