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P0335 is a code for a faulty crank angle sensor. When this sensor starts going bad, usually the car will not start till it cools down, may cause rough running or no start at all. P0727 is a communication error between the engine control module and the transmission control module. Check for any bad connections between both modules.
Question: where did you buy the new crank position sensor? I had the exact same problem with my 2004 Nissan Altima and bought new crank position sensor from one of the auto parts store. Put it in and same problem. I was baffled. Finally decided to get the crank position sensor directly from the dealer. Fixed the problem. This was my experience, not sure if your case will be the same.
that trouble code indicates that crankshaft position sensor circuit has a fault. check that the 3 wires on the sensor are in tact and area around it is free of oil and deposits it that doesnt work then you will need a new sensor
if truck does not start it sounds like a bad crank sensor! have it scanned to be sure. a bad crank sensor as it controls timing more than likely engine will not start at all. engine back fire or irregular rpm function. no start and no pulse to injectors, car will stall when stopped. p0335 to p0342 are the sensor problem codes.