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Hi Im David, thanks for visiting the site. allow me some time to look into this matter too see how much may be wrong here. thanks
when the codes p0335 and p0341 happen at the same time, its esy to tell you to replace both sensors, but that wont solve the problem. is the vehicle starting at this point?
Start by replacing the oil and oil filter, dirty oil is a common cause and if that doesnt help replace the camshaft position sensor. ComponentLocation
Camshaft Position Sensor - Intake Bank 1In the cylinder head front
P0341 Intake Camshaft Position Sensor Performance (Bank 1) - With Automatic Transmission
Possible CausesSetting Conditions
At this point i wouldnt worry about p0335 as its a product of p0341 in my opinion.
diagrams for their locations?
what engine is in that?
Rear of the engine block, left side is crank sensor
where did you get that code?
cell phone antenna fault
what hose was disconnected?
sure stand by
nope. you should be able to start her right up....
checking in to see how its going
ok, from what i could interpret , you replaced the plugs , but only the boots for the coil packs, an o2 sensor, (was the correct one replaced?), the crankshaft sensor(i mentioned not to worry about the one) it was the cam sensor i wanted you to replace. and you found a vacuum hose disconnected from a canister looking thing on the driver side of the engine.(are you sure it wasnt the brake booster)? she drove fine for an hour or so then check engine light came back on and you get the same o2 sensor code. is this all correct?
im having a hard time deciphering your sentencing. im trying to understand your typing. it wasnt the brake booster. it was on the other side, so it was the right(passenger) side? and you are wondering if the code for the sensor came back because you used an aftermarket sensor and not an oem one...is this correct?
aftermarket o2 sensors are never recommended. also take a can of carb cleaner, engine running, spray around every vacuum line,hose,connection. also aorund the intake base, brake booster, throttlebody. if the rpms change then you have found your leak.
ok. good luck