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Old 07-26-2011, 10:54 AM
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Help with codes P2614 and P2617

I have fault codes P2614 camshaft postion output circuit/ open and code P2617 crankshaft postion output circuit/ open. Could this be an elec. problem or a mech. problem. Some info on my truck 2005 f350 cc,lb,manual trans. and 130k miles. Thanks
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these sensors fail, but it sounds odd for both the fail at the same time. Go buy a lottery ticket if so. Anyway, I don't know enough about how they are wired and location, but at 130k, I could see the sensors needing replaced
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If the truck is starting and running then ignore the codes. You can get them from a crank no start/stall event. Clear them and see if they come back. I've had them both more than once with no issues.
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npccpartsman: Thats just what happened. Went to start the truck and it was a long crank and no start. When I did get it started it ran fine till a stop light and I had no power, in first gear giving throttle and no rev, tach did not move and then she takes off. Any Ideas or what to look for the next time it happens. Thanks
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The symptoms you describe could be caused by several things. Has it been harder to start hot? More smoke than usual? Have you checked your FICM voltage? Has the STC fitting on the HPOP been changed. 05,6,7 trucks are notorious for that fitting to fail. There is a thread in the tech folder for a hard/no start situation that you might want to familiarize yourself with.
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