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My 2004 Santa Fe had he check engine light come on several times in the past week. It started to run rough, like it was going to stall, then the check engine light came on. I took it to a mechanic. First, the code was for the wires, which were replaced. Later that day, after it was fixed, it started doing the same thing and the check engine light came on again. Then the mechanic said it was for the engine coils, which were both replaced. 2 days later, the car stalled on me and the check enging light came on a third time. Now the mechanic said the code was PO 335, or the crankshaft position sensor. Is there a glitch?

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    Your not going to any mechanic
    worth their pay, as they say
    Apparently don't have test equip or know how to use it



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Probably not a glitch but an possible issue with the crankshaft position sensor intermittently losing its signal to fire the coils.The crank sensor should be ohmed out when the vehicle is warmed up and when it is cold just to verify that it stays with in operating specifications.If it does not then it will need replaced.

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