DTCs: What Are They And What Causes Them?

Part 3

Published in the June 2008 Issue June 2008 Feature, PowerStroke

Additional codes that may come up are P0301 through P0308. These codes come up when one of the injectors is performing poorly and may need to be replaced.

On rare occasions a P0336 will come up.

  • P0336: CKP Crankshaft position sensor: a circuit range/performance crankshaft sensor circuit.

This code is usually from excessive cranking. This code should be deleted and the vehicle should be monitored to see if it is reset. In the 7.3L Powerstrokes, the cam position sensor was a typical problem, but it was redesigned with the new Powerstrokes and rarely goes out.

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