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Old 11-27-2009, 10:09 PM   #1
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Engine Code P1336?

My '01 W22 8.1L keeps posting the code P1336. It runs excellent and I've logged somewhere close to 7000 miles in the past 90 days. If I clear the code with my Scan Gauge it comes right back.

The code seems to be related to a crankshaft position sensor (PKS). I'm not sure how long the code has been there. Ironically it doesn't cause the Check Engine/Service Engine Soon light to ignite. I don't recall if there is one.

It may have occurred over 3 years ago when I installed my UltraPower Upgrade? Or there's another problem? Anyone?

Fortunately here in Maricopa County, AZ they don't test for OBD codes on vehicles this size (every year). I did have my CO and other emissions readings and components tested today and they were low as usual. I'm fine with that after 9 years and 40,000 miles.
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My '01 W22 8.1L keeps posting the code P1336.

The code seems to be related to a crankshaft position sensor (PKS). I'm not sure how long the code has been there. It may have occurred over 3 years ago when I installed my UltraPower Upgrade? Or there's another problem? Anyone?
Here's a bit more information .... about your DTC. I don't expect that codes are retined for years. They clear themselves after so many restarts. If the DTC keeps popping up there must be some anomaly that is triggering the event.
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It sounds like you either need to do a Crankshaft Position Relearn procedure or you have a faulty crankshaft position sensor, I would start with having the relearn procedure done.
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