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Can I get the last 8 of your VIN number? Also was it OEM sensors you used?
I will say that aftermarket sensors are junk and I would use OEM electrical parts when needed..
I ran your VIN and don't see any open recalls.. The P0016 is CRANKSHAFT/CAMSHAFT TIMING MISALIGNMENT and yes either sensor will cause this code.. If the codes reappear after using OEM sensors then you will need to follow this:
Vehicle IssueMIL on, : PCODES : P0016 : (D) : CRANKSHAFT/CAMSHAFT TIMING MISALIGNMENT, Attempting to set the sync and unable to locate the set sync on the DRBIII engine misc menu.;The DRBIII is at release 61.0 or prior.
System or ComponentBroken / Missing;DTC / Error Message,DRBIII Scan Tool / Accessories;Malfunction Indicator Light / MIL / Check Engine Light
RecommendationGo to the sensors menu on the DRBIII under cam/crank differance you can see the sync degrees.
Modification Date03/21/05 8:55 AM
if you don't have a DRBIII scantool you will need for a dealership to sync the cam crank to 0 degrees.. The PCM controls all the timing and if it's not at 0 deg then it will cause this code..