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1391 is the intermittent loss of either the Camshaft Position Sensor or the Crankshaft Position Sensor.

Is your engine running rough, sputtering; or has it recently stalled out? If so then either one of these Sensors could be failing. However if your engine stalled-out or sputtered, this Code will appear. IF there are no other Codes (like a Misfire Code) then the Crankshaft Position Sensor would be the 1st Sensor to replace, then (2nd) the Camshaft Position Sensor.

Helpful TIP: IF you replace either the Sensor MAKE SURE you use approved replacement OEM parts. Some after market Sensors have been found to be faulty and/or will fail.

Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel Free to contact me at!

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