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Old 06-04-2012, 09:53 AM
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Hey Guys,

My 2004 coupe stalled out on me in the drive ( when it reached operating temp. ), with my scanner I pulled an PO335 code, I've since replaced the Cam and Crank pos. sensors when I took it for a test ride it petered out, restarted and limped home. I've noticed that when it reaches operating temp. it sputters and when scanned PO 335 pops up again. Is there anyone who's experienced this before? Like I said new sensors and still conks out under load!

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Carlo
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Old 06-04-2012, 10:36 AM
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Hey Guys,

My 2004 coupe stalled out on me in the drive ( when it reached operating temp. ), with my scanner I pulled an PO335 code, I've since replaced the Cam and Crank pos. sensors when I took it for a test ride it petered out, restarted and limped home. I've noticed that when it reaches operating temp. it sputters and when scanned PO 335 pops up again. Is there anyone who's experienced this before? Like I said new sensors and still conks out under load!

Thanks,
Carlo

Sorry for this trouble, did you install BOSCH only sensors? This car is very finnicky on use of BOSCH sensors. Many had to reorder the right brand (did I say BOSCH). Hope you get it worked out!
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Old 06-04-2012, 02:07 PM
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It was Borg-Warner type ( BWD ) I'll order a Bosch CKP today!

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Default Re: PO335, replaced Cam & Crank sensor PO335 code remains

I am having the same problem, I was just wondering if the Bosch sensor helped
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It would be nice if we received a confirmation here ...
I am receiving the same code and am going for a Bosch.
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"Confirmation" is all over the forum on this.. I think I'm about the only one running a Non Bosch and getting away with it for almost 4 years now.. LOL
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"Confirmation" is all over the forum on this.. I think I'm about the only one running a Non Bosch and getting away with it for almost 4 years now.. LOL
Au contraire, mon amee.
I ran a Chinese rip off for almost 3 years, just recently went back to good ole Bosch when Annie started acting up. She's all happy again now.
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Old 08-26-2016, 04:38 PM
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"Confirmation" is all over the forum on this.. I think I'm about the only one running a Non Bosch and getting away with it for almost 4 years now.. LOL
Au contraire, mon amee.
I ran a Chinese rip off for almost 3 years, just recently went back to good ole Bosch when Annie started acting up. She's all happy again now.
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"Confirmation" is all over the forum on this.. I think I'm about the only one running a Non Bosch and getting away with it for almost 4 years now.. LOL
You're right, I've found plenty here. This is a fantastic forum. Would not have known what to do without it!
I will go for a Bosch
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ala_xfire - I actually "heard" you the first time.. LOL.. Mine has a lifetime warranty.. and I still got plenty of life left I think.. LOL
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Darn ! That ole double-post demon is back !

Lesson : don't try to do company work and post to forum at same time.
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