Thank you for using just answer.
How many miles are on this car and when was the timing belt last serviced?
Youre not a pain just a little confused I think.
The cam and crank sensors run in corelation to signal the computer for spark and fuel delivery. A code for a sensor circuit does not mean "replace part", that is a common misconception by many customers that think technicians plug in a scan tool and read codes to tell them what to replace, not all repiars and problems involve replacing a part, the code only tells you what "system" is acting up to narrow down which items to do hands on inspections to. Yes you cna just pop a couple sensors in the car but there is only a 50/50 chance that will fix it, the car needs to be properly inspected hands on by a qualified and equipped technician with the needed special tools to diagnose and repair this issue.
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