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Going Crazy over P0020 Code!

Hey,

I'm wondering if anyone might have an idea about this....

2004 F150 110,000 miles 5.4. Engine started running rough and stalling. It originally was throwing codes P0022 and P0060 along with a couple others that I can't remember now. Replaced the Bank 2 Cam Phaser and VCT unit in the valve cover. The truck now runs pretty decent, just a slight vibration at idle.

But NOW it still shows P0022 and P0060. I swapped the cam sensors - same thing. I don't know what's left that would cause it to throw a P0022. I'm thinking the P0060 is just a bad sensor and unrelated but...
Any ideas????
Thanks!

Larry
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