So, my car is cranking, but no start. I did get it to start and drove home on limp mode. The other day, the car took a bit to start, then the check engine light appeared. I scanned the code, and the Crankshaft Position Sensor PO339 appeared on my reader. I replaced the sensor, and cleared the code. Drove the car for a few days, now the problem started again. I replaced the starter with a NAPA starter about 6 months ago. Now with the starter issue, could the the starter be bad, and is what’s causing the sensor to appear bad. Could the starter not be supplying the right voltage to the sensor?
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