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Crank Position Sensor Codes: P0335 and P1336

On my '96 Altima (auto trans), I'm getting codes 0335 and 1336, which I see are both related to the Crank Position Sensor. I know that the CPS is only used to detect misfires, so my question is:

Are these codes being set because the ECU detected a misfire, or because the Crank Sensor and/or its wiring are bad?

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No, it doesn't have anything to do with an engine misfire. The problem is located somewhere with the CPS sensor, its wiring, or the tooth on the flywheel.



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No, it doesn't have anything to do with an engine misfire. The problem is located somewhere with the CPS sensor, its wiring, or the tooth on the flywheel.

Thanks for the info. I tried replacing the sensor already, and the code came back within about 50mi, so my money's on wiring right now. Any other suggestions, though?
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Wiring or an ECU problem. If it isn't that then its something with the flywheel, but my money is on wiring

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Wiring or an ECU problem. If it isn't that then its something with the flywheel, but my money is on wiring
Thanks. Shoulda mentioned earlier, but I tried another ECU too. So yeah - better be the wiring. I'd rather not have to replace my flywheel just to get the CEL out (so I can pass emissions).
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Yeah, it sounds like a flaky wiring to me as well. Reasoning behind that is that one code basically checks the wiring and the other code checks for inconsistency with the flywheel teeth. If both codes came me back after a DTC reset then it most certainly sound to me like an intermittent flaky wiring.



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