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Hello and welcome to just answer. I have seen issues where if a cam or crank sensor shorts out, it can set a code in the other sensor. In other words if a cam sensor shorts out internally it can set a crank sensor code and visa versa. So, on some engines I replace BOTH sensors. And just FYI, I ONLY use Mopar brand cam or crank sensors because I have had problems with some after market "made in China" sensors. So I recommend replacing the cam sensor and if you cam use a OEM Mopar sensor.
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It may be a timing belt issue. The belt should be replaced every 100,00 miles. has it ever been replaced? It could also be a fuel delivery problem. Can you hear the fuel pump come on for 2 seconds at key on?
Hmmmm, then pull back the timing cover (after removing the bolts) and check that belt. This may be your problem. Let me know what you find.
Let me find some info for you. Be right back.
Here is the information for removing the timing cover, but you can just remove the bolts holding the cover and pull it back a little bit to at least inspect the bely.
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I hope this helps,