i have a 2003 chrysler voyager, at first it was sputtering and dying while driving, we replaced fuel pump didnt do it again for a while then started again autozone codes said crank shaft sensor and ca

Asked by Nursette Dec 06, 2015 at 10:21 AM about the 2003 Chrysler Voyager

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i have a 2003 chrysler voyager, at first it was sputtering and dying while
driving, we replaced fuel pump didnt do it again for a while then started again
autozone codes said crank shaft sensor and cam shaft sensor replaced those
now wont start jumped battery still wont start. ready to junk it help please has
new wires, plugs and oil change

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Did a shop replace the cam and crank sensors? Those have to go back in precisely the same position they were in, otherwise timing will be off.

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