What can cause a P0336?

What can cause a P0336?

What causes the P0336 code?

  • The reluctor wheel has broken, snapped, or has worn down teeth.
  • Crankshaft position sensor magnet shavings have gotten stuck on the sensor or the reluctor wheel.
  • Wires and circuits have burned or shorted out.
  • A short in the crankshaft position sensor wiring harness.

What does the code P0335?

The OBD-II code P0335 is a generic diagnostic trouble code that stands for “Crankshaft Position “A” Circuit Malfunction.” The code is set when your car’s primary computer—also known as the powertrain control module (PCM)—is unable to detect a signal from the crankshaft position sensor.

What are the symptoms of a crankshaft sensor going bad?

Your Check Engine Light is Blinking. It’s Difficult to Get Your Vehicle to Start. Your Vehicle is Stalling and/or Backfiring. The Engine is Making Your Vehicle Vibrate.