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The P0335 code is for No Crankshaft Position Sensor (CKP) learned. Before you do anything try resetting the adaptive memory by disconnecting the battery and touch the cables together for a minute and reconnect the battery. Next try three hard decels on a short road test, then cycle the key off/on to see if the problem and code goes away. Try this and post back with the results and we can work from there. The charging system concern is not likely related . Let see if we can get the P0335 to clear first.
Are you sure you have proper fuel pressure?
Its possible if the alternator in not charging at the proper rate, the normal charging rate on a running engine should be right at 14 volts at the battery, take your volt meter and check it and see.
Start first with hooking you volt meter to the battery with the engine running and let read the voltage, you need to see 13.5 to 14 volts on a good working alternator.
The engine needs to be running to check the out put voltage , so are you saying it will not run ?
Okay then that indicates the alternator is not charging, you are going to need to do some test starting with the alternator. The alternator can be removed and tested at your local part store. To check the circuit to it ,see the steps in the link below.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/104923897/Alt%20Oct%2016.pdf
Im not sure what picture you are needing, can you explain please.
The connector is on the PCM and the pins are numbered.