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New crank and cam keep seting crank sensor code

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Problem these days are that everything is so precise. engines may still run, but if your off a hair on the timing of shafts it will set a code every time. Also if there is any play or slack it will do the same thing. In you case you need to have the timing belt check and or reset. This should take care of your problem.

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