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Ok, well just FYI, I have seen issues with some after market crank and cam sensors. Also, I have seen issues with the camshaft position sensor causing the crank sensor to set a code. (the 2 sensors share the same 5 volt reference). So what I recommend is to replace BOTH sensors, and if you can, purchase OEM Mopar sensors from the Dodge dealer. If the problem continues, then it is most likely a PCM (engine computer) that is causing this problem.
No. The PCM is only responsible for engine systems. The dashboard lights are controlled by the instrument cluster. So it would be a bad cluster or the headlight switch causing that
That is correct, but if you can, try to get the OEM Mopar sensors instead of the after market ones. Fuel pump/filter causing this? I doubt it. Usually when a fuel pump fails, it fails for good and the engine would never start.